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Full text of "Anthracite Division 1967 Annual Report"

COMMONWEALTH of PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT of MINES and MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



Anthracite Division 



1967 

Annual Report 



Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 



RAYMOND P. SHAFER 



Governor 



H. B. CHARMBURY 

Secretary of Mines and Mineral industries 



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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 

RAYMOND P. SHAFER 
Governor 




DEPARTMENT of MINES and MINERAL INDUSTRIES 

H. B. CHARMBURY 
Secretary 



ANTHRACITE DIVISION 

1967 

ANNUAL REPORT 



Harrisburg 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 
Governor Raymond Philip Shafer, Photograph and Biography 6 and 7 
Secretary H. B. Charmbury, Photograph and Biography 8 and 9 
1967 — Year of Significant Progress for the Coal Industry and Reclama- 
tion Work 10 

Research and Development 11 

Mine Refuse Bank Fires 19 

Abandoned Coal Mine Services 20 

Anthracite Division 20 

Anthracite Strip Mine Restoration 22 

Projects— 1967 23 

Oil and Gas Division 29 

Appalachia Program 31 

Illustrations 33-37 

STATISTICAL REPORTS: 

Production, Employes and Fatalities — 1870 to 1967 41 

Thirty-nine Year Study of Anthracite, by County 43 

Production by County 51 

Production by District 52 

Summary of Anthracite Mines, Production and Fatalities 53 

Production, How Shipped, Average Days Worked 54 

Anthracite Division — Small Mine Report 55 

Anthracite Division 56 

Classification of Employes — By District 57 

Operators Producing 50,000 Tons or More 58 

Production and Accident Record for Operators Having a Fatality .... 59 

Causes of Fatal Accidents — By County 60 

Fatal Accident Victims— 1967 61 

Accidents in Which Five or More Persons Were Killed— 1847 to 1967 62 

PRODUCTION TABLE: 

Production, etc., of Anthracite Operators — By District 69 

REPORT OF OIL AND GAS DIVISION: 

Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Annual Report of 1967 116 

Tables 1 to 8 120 

DIRECTORY: 

Department of Mines and Mineral Industries Directory 146 

Anthracite Operators 148 

Anthracite Breakers, Washeries and Preparation Plants 155 




Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 

Department of Mines and 

Mineral Industries 

harrisburg 



H B. Charmbury 

THE SECRETARY 



April 15, 1968 



The Honorable Raymond P. Shafer 

Governor 

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

Dear Governor Shafer: 

In compliance with the Act of April lit, 1903, I 

transmit herewith the Report of the Department of Mines and 

Mineral Industries for the year ending December 31, 1967, 

covering in detail the operations in the Anthracite Division 

of Pennsylvania. 

Respectfully submitted, 



H. B. Charmbury 




RAYMOND PHILIP SHAFER 

GOVERNOR, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 

Pennsylvania's Governor Raymond Philip Shafer was born March 5, 
1917. in New Castle. Pennsylvania, and raised in Meadville where he 
attended the public schools. At his high school commencement in 1934 
he proved that a star basketball player could be class valedictorian. 

His athletic-academic abilities were displayed on a greater scale at 
Allegheny College. A political science major, he made Phi Beta Kappa, 
won nine varsity letters (basketball, soccer and track), was class presi- 
dent each year and was the student bodv president in his senior year. 

After graduation in 1938 he went to Yale Law School. Members of 
his law fraternity included future Governor Scranton, two future U. S. 
Supreme Court Justices (Stewart and White), a future U. S. Senator 
(Dominick, Colorado), future author (Walter S. Lord) and others 
who made their mark on the national scene. LIFE magazine in 1966 
reprinted this extraordinary group's portrait taken in 1940. Shafer 
had then become Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania and was the 
Republican nominee for Governor. 

After getting his law degree in June 1941. Shafer, the following 
month, married his college sweetheart. Jane Harris Davies of Pitts- 
burgh. In August the couple moved to New York City where Shafer 
was associated with Secretary of War Stimson's law firm (Winthrop, 
Stimson. Putnam and Roberts). In 1942 he was commissioned an en- 
sign in the Navy. Before returning to inactive duty in 1945, he had 
logged over 80 combat missions in PT Boats, brought General Mac- 
Arthur back to Corregidor in fulfillment of the famous promise, and 
had added the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart to his campaign med- 
als. The official U. S. Navy Volume on PT-Boat Operations carries a 
photograph of Shafer. aboard a rubber raft, evacuating paratroopers 
pinned down by sniper fire on a small Pacific Island. 

After the war, Shafer returned to Meadville to practice law. He 
was affiliated with the office of the late former Judge Mook, and sub- 
sequently became a partner in the firm of Thomas. Shafer, Dornhaffer 
and Swick. He taught business law at Allegheny College while practic- 
ing. In 1947 he was elected district attorney of Crawford County on 
both tickets, a feat he repeated in 1951. In 1958 he was elected to the 
Pennsylvania Senate, representing Mercer and Crawford Counties. In 
1962 he was elected Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania, and two years 
later was the acting Chairman of the Pennsylvania delegation to the 
1964 Republican National Convention in San Francisco. In November 
1966 he was elected Governor, marking the first time in Pennsylvania's 
political history that a lieutenant governor successfully ran for the 
highest office. 

An ardent sportsman. Governor Shafer is a top-flight golfer. His 
civic activities are legion. He holds memberships in many community 
and fraternal organizations, together with his professional associations 
as a member of the Bar. 

Governor and Mrs. Shafer have three children: Diane, Raymond, 
Jr., and Jane as well as a grandson. "Flip." 



DR. H. B. CHARMBURY 

PENNSYLVANIA SECRETARY OF MINES 
AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 

Pennsylvania's Secretary of Mines and Mineral Industries. Dr. H. Beecher Charm- 
bury, was born September 21. 1914 in Hanover, Pennsylvania, and educated in 
Hanover public schools. 

Dr. Charmbury commands a wealth of professional education and experience in 
his post as Secretary of Mines and Mineral Industries. 

He was first appointed to this position by former Governor William W. Scranton 
in January, 1963, and subsequently reappointed by present Governor Raymond P. 
Shafer in December, 1966. 

He received his A'. B. degree in chemistry, cum laude, from Gettysburg College in 
1936, and his Master's degree in chemistry from Pennsylvania University the 
following year. He was awarded his Ph. D. degree in Fuel Technology from The 
Pennsylvania State University in 1942. 

Prior to his appointment as Secretary of Mines and Mineral Industries. Dr. Charm- 
bury has been associated with The Pennsylvania State University since 1937 and 
currently is on leave of absence from that school. He started out as a research 
assistant in the Department of Petroleum and Natural Gas, and from there went on to 
become Professor and Head of the Department of Mineral Preparation at Penn State 
in 1953. 

He was one of the first people to be invited as a lecturer at the Third International 
Coal Preparation Congress in Liege, Belgium in 1958, and was also a lecturer at the 
First European Symposium on Coal Size Reduction in Frankfurt. Germany in 1962. 

The firms to which he has been a consultant on problems related to coal, metallic 
and non-metallic minerals, as well as air pollution, reads like a blue chip list of 
American industry. A partial list includes the Molybdenum Corporation of America; 
Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal Company; Esso Research and Engineering Company; 
The Babcock and Wilcox Company; The American Tool and Supply Company; The 
Lampa Mining Company, Ltd.; Corn Products Company; "Rock Products" (Maclean- 
Hunter Publications) ; and Titan Metal Manufacturing Company. In addition he has 
also served as consultant to many municipalities on similar problems. 

He has authored numerous articles on coal and other mineral technology for such 
publications as "Mechanization". "Utilization", "Rock Products", "Mineral Indus- 
tries", "Brick and Clay Record", and "Mining Engineering". Many of his technical 
papers have been translated and reprinted abroad in German, French and Chinese 
publications. 

As a renowned authority on coal, its preparation and usage, as well as other 
minerals, Dr. Charmbury has also presented technical papers before such conclaves 
as the American Mining Congress, the American Chemical Society, and the National 
Association of Industrial and Mechanical Engineers. 

He is listed in American Men of Science, Who's Who in American Education, 
Who's Who in Engineering, Who's Who in the East, and Leaders in American Science. 

As Secretary of Mines and Mineral Industries in Pennsylvania, Dr. Charmbury 
serves as chairman of the following boards and commissions: Bituminous Land 
Reclamation Board; Coal Research Board; State Mine Subsidence Insurance Fund; 
Oil and Gas Conservation Commission: Anthracite and Bituminous State Mine In- 
spectors' Examining Board; Oil and Gas Inspectors' Examining Board; and the 
Anthracite Mine Drainage Commission. 

In addition, he is vice-chairman of the Anthracite Allocation Committee as well as 
a member of the State's Sanitary Water Board and the Air Pollution Commission. 
He also is a member of the Board of Trustees for the Pennsylvania State University. 

He is a member of the Lutheran Church. A. F. & A. M.. and a past exalted ruler and 
past district deputy grand exalted ruler of the B. P. 0. Elks. 



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1967— YEAR OF SIGNIFICANT PROGRESS FOR THE 
COAL INDUSTRY AND RECLAMATION WORK 

From almost the very first week of 1967, Pennsylvania's Depart- 
ment of Mines and Mineral Industries experienced one of the most 
dramatic years of achievement in the long history of this Department. 

"Operation Scarlift", the Department's consummate, far-reaching 
mine area restoration program, was officially launched in March, cul- 
minating nearly three years of intensive research and field action 
demonstration projects on mine-related problems. The residue of prob- 
lems were, of course, the result of a booming national growth era 
when coal was king of basic fuels. 

Recognition of the scope of these coal-related problems reached a 
peak of public knowledgeability and concern about them with unanimous 
passage of the $500 million Land and Water Conservation Bond Issue 
in May. This Fund, to be set up and implemented over a 10-year 
period beginning early in 1968, provided the Department with $200 
million to apply to "Scarlift", and thus to fight burning mine refuse 
banks, underground mine fires, mine drainage water pollution, surface 
subsidence and to restore much of the 200,000-plus acres of Penn- 
sylvania countryside devastated by strip mining prior to 1963. 

Governor Raymond P. Shafer's own genuine concern over these costly 
and dangerous mine scars was emphasized late in February when he 
accompanied Dr. Charmbury and others on a day-long tour of the 
Anthracite Region to view them firsthand. (See Photo Section.) 

Following passage of the Bond Issue, a 13-member bipartisan joint 
legislative advisory committee was appointed to assist the Department 
with the planning and decision-making on projects to be undertaken 
with Bond Issue funds. Members of this committee were appointed 
by Rep. Kenneth B. Lee, Speaker of the House, and Robert D. Fleming, 
President Pro-Tempore of the Senate, on the basis of their genuine 
concern in conservation, and conservation programs affecting the 
Commonwealth. 

We currently have good mining-conservation laws that prohibit active 
operations from scarring our lands and waters, but in the past year 
alone, more Pennsylvanians than ever before came to realize the critical 
necessity for action on those problems created through coal mining 
before these new laws went into effect in 1963. 

A technical hallmark was reached by the Department midway in the 
year when work was completed on the charting of hundreds upon 
hundreds of sources of mine drainage pollution, both from abandoned 
as well as active mines in the anthracite and bituminous regions. 

In addition, the Department also charted and mapped the locations 
of 200 burning refuse banks in the coal regions, as well as the locations 
of several hundred more non-burning banks. These two important 
charts on possible pollution sources and burning banks have already 
proven invaluable in the background work behind "Scarlift" itself. 

Also, the charting of abandoned strip mine pits in anthracite area, 



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and there are several hundred of them, has given the Department a 
real factual hase from which to vitalize its reclamation work in this 
region of the State. 

There is a new look to Pennsylvania's coal mining industry, and 
it's a bright one, too. 

Continually advancing coal mine technology has brought about a 
great portion of this new look. As a result, Pennsylvania's deep coal 
mines are more productive than ever and the men who operate the 
modern underground mining machinery of today are better equipped 
and better protected to do their jobs. Even the immediate countryside 
around these new mines has a fresh, new look as opposed to the bleak 
panorama of yesteryear. 

Early in 1967, the State's first mine-mouth electric generating plant 
went into operation in Indiana County, heralding a new "coal-by-wire" 
concept that will eventually make central Pennsylvania the electric 
generating capital of the Northeast. Two more plants in this complex 
are to be finished during 1968, while still more such mine mouth 
complexes are being planned in the same general area. 

Pennsylvania bituminous coal industry, riding the crest of its biggest 
boom since the late Forties, marked its sixth straight production in- 
crease in 1967. 

Operating under a reclamation and conservation act recognized as 
one of the "toughest in the Nation", Pennsylvania's open pit mining 
industry is restoring the mined-land to a useful purpose. In a cooperative 
spirit of understanding of the objectives desired by the Department in 
its administration of the strip mine law, the protection of the land and 
water resources of the Commonwealth, over ten thousand acres of mined- 
land is restored annually, and, after restoration, is planted in trees, 
shrubs or grasses. 

The coal industry's new hand-in-glove approach to conservation and 
production has created an entirely new concept and public imagery 
of Pennsylvania's coal mining scene. It is healthy. It is also a marvelous 
union that should benefit Pennsylvania's peoples most of all. 

Coupled to our Department's work on curing the scars remaining 
from past mining, this new harmonious conservation-production at- 
titude and approach to coal mining in our State portends an even more 
brilliant future for coal, and is actually recreating a most timely new 
employment market as well. 

There are more challenging horizons available to young people 
through coal mining and marketing than was ever the case in the past 
history of this major fuel in Pennsylvania. 

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 

As far back as 1939, coal operators and economists with foresight 
saw on the horizon obstacles that would have to be overcome and re- 
alized that improvements would have to be made. Recognizing research 
as a means of improving and stabilizing the industry, they urged 



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legislative action. The General Assembly made a small grant to the 
Pennsylvania State University with the provision that every State re- 
search dollar be matched with one from the industry. This initial grant 
laid the foundation for growth in coal research. 

In 1955 the General Assembly, acting on recommendations of the 
Panel of Technical Advisors of the Joint State Government Commis- 
sion, created the Coal Research Board. In 1956 it passed Act 651, des- 
ignating the Board to carry on research on the economics, the 
technology, and the marketing of anthracite and bituminous coal and 
their by-products for the purpose of developing new uses and increas- 
ing markets for such coal. The sum of $500,000 was appropriated for 
use by the Board. The law requires that the Board be composed of 
nine members, namely: the Secretary of Mines and Mineral Industries, 
who is designated as Chairman; two anthracite operators; two bitumi- 
nous coal operators; one representative of the labor collective bar- 
gaining agency of the anthracite coal industry; one representative of 
the steel industry, one representative of the electric utility industry, 
and one representative of the labor collective bargaining agency of the 
bituminous coal industry. All members except the Secretary of Mines 
and Mineral Industries are appointed by the Governor, each for a 
term of three years. 

In 1963, the scope of the Coal Research Board was increased to in- 
clude problems confronting the industry such as water and air pol- 
lution, mine fires, mine safety, and the development of coal mineral 
complexes. 

Through July 1, 1968, a total of $3,375,003 has been appropriated 
by the Legislature to the Coal Research Board. 

Projects conducted in past years were selected by the Board from 
proposals submitted by qualified research agencies. Project proposals 
demonstrated a need for conducting basic or fundamental research 
concerning the various factors related to coal; but they presented few 
ideas for research in applied uses for coal. The result was that dur- 
ing its first years, the Board assigned the bulk of its available funds 
to projects concerned with basic or fundamental research. 

ACTIVE PROJECTS FOR COAL RESEARCH BOARD 

At the present time active basic and applied research projects are 
being carried out for the Coal Research Board by colleges, industrial 
corporations and coal industry institutions. The subject matter under 
study is in the fields of export market development, domestic market 
development, water pollution abatement, strip mine restoration, op- 
timization of mine production, reduction of ash and sulfur content 
in coal, coal combustion characteristics, economics of the coal indus- 
try, use of coal refuse products, reduction of mine disaster causes, 
removal of coal float dust, and extinguishment of coal refuse bank 
fires. 

There are now under way, several pilot plant projects through which 
technical information developed under previous laboratory projects 
can be applied and field tested. The first of these projects was a mo- 
bile acid mine drainage plant, designed and built in 1964, which has 
been used in studying mine drainage at fifteen field locations. This 



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plant has sufficient flexibility that new laboratory developments can be 
tested in the field. As economic and technical data are derived from 
the operations of this pilot plant, many unknowns will be resolved. 

The Board carried on several projects, begun during 1967 or being 
continued from previous years, which are related to coal market devel- 
opment. They are as follows: ill The economic and technological 
study of domestic markets for Pennsylvania anthracite; (2) The eco- 
nomic importance of the coal industry to Pennsylvania: (3) An eco- 
nomic and technological study of European markets for Pennsylvania 
anthracite. 

A project was initiated during 1967 to determine the feasibility of 
expanding the market for anthracite as a low sulfur, low volatile ma- 
terial fuel. In view of current air pollution abatement regulations 
the utilization of anthracite appears to have good prospects as a low 
sulfur fuel in certain urban markets. 

A project entitled "Operation Anthracite Refuse" was proposed to 
the U. S. Department of the Interior and has received approval for 
joint sponsorship under the Solid Waste Disposal program. It is an- 
ticipated that technically sound and economically feasible products or 
uses may be found for the accumulated refuse piles in the northeastern 
part of the state. 

Another project entitled "Operation Reddog", also co-sponsored by 
an agency of the U. S. Department of the Interior, has shown promise 
for a possible ceramic brick prepared from calcined pulverized anthra- 
cite refuse. Representatives of the Pennsylvania brick industry are ac- 
tively following the progress of this work and anticipate small scale 
production tests during the summer of 1968. 

Another well received activity sponsored by the Board, by which 
it is hoped to increase mine safety, was that of several five day "short 
courses" at the Pennsylvania State University on the study of Rock 
Mechanics as a basis for strata control. Mine inspectors and repre- 
sentatives of industry from both anthracite and bituminous coal fields 
attended these courses and learned of the latest technology. Greater 
"know-how" by these newly trained men should be reflected in im- 
proved roof control, improved safety and over-all better protection 
against cave-ins. 

The projects being carried on by the Board to improve mine safetv 
are: (1) an investigation of effective measures to combat mine disas- 
ters: and (2) an investigation of methods for control of float dust in 
coal mines. 

Projects now being carried on for the purpose of reducing mining 
costs are in the fields of (1) strip mining and land restoration: (2) 
optimization of mine production systems for low cost mining. 

Projects to treat refuse banks and refuse material are as follows: 
(1) the characteristics and preparation of anthracite breaker refuse 
and the suitability of derived products for industrial use. 

In addition to the mine drainage pilot plant previouslv mentioned, 
twelve projects have been funded bv the Coal Research Board in seek- 
ing solutions to the acid mine drainage problem. 



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MINE DRAINAGE RESEARCH PROJECTS 

Acid mine drainage research is being carried on through the fol- 
lowing projects: 

(1) An investigation of the technical aspects in the control and 
disposal of mine water to minimize stream pollution by deep 
well disposal. 

(2) The control of mine stream pollution by removal of the im- 
purities from drainage streams by coal interaction. 

(3) A bibliography on acid mine drainage, (supplements issued 
1964, 1965, 1966 and 1967 ) . 

(4) An investigation on the extraction of iron in acid mine drain- 
age water by reaction with ozone. 

(5) The elimination of pollution in mine drainage by biological 
factors. 

(6) The design, fabrication, and operation of a mobile demon- 
stration plant for the treatment of acid mine drainage. 

(7) A feasibility study of the application of a flash distillation 
process for treatment of acid mine drainage water. 

(8) Removal of acid from mine drainage by ion retardation. 

(9) The effect of acid mine drainage from strip mines on the 
ground reservoir under various hydrogeologic environments 
within the Mercer Quadrangle, Pennsylvania, and the muta- 
tion of water as it moves through the ground water reser- 
voir. 

(10) Control of water quality in coal preparation plant effluent. 

(11) Pumping acid mine water from the West Branch of the Sus- 
quehanna River into an abandoned mine to improve alka- 
linity content. 

(12) Development of a mine drainage treatment test center at 
Hollywood-Tyler, Pennsylvania. 

MINE DRAINAGE ABATEMENT PROJECTS 

As a logical follow-up to the research program of the department, 
projects were initiated to put into practice the information and tech- 
nology developed through the research program. These activities are 
typified by the departments' efforts on Toms Run, Scrubgrass Creek 
and Muddy Creek. 

Toms Run watershed lies in Clarion County and is the prime water 
source for the Cooks Forest State Park. The department is involved 
in sealing well discharges. It is also restoring abandoned strip mines 
near the headwaters of the run as well as lime treating and revegetating 
a restored area. Work has been started and aimed at abating pollution 
from coal refuse containing service roads in the watershed through 
lime grouting and improved drainage. Co-operative work has also 
been undertaken on these projects with other state agencies. 

A milestone in the department's "Scarlift" mine area restoration 
program was the successful mine water treatment plant located on 
Little Scrubgrass Creek in Venango County. This plant has been sat- 
isfactorily treating the water in Little Scrubgrass Creek since April 
1967 and evidence indicates that aquatic life is being reestablished in 



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the stream. Remedial work has been initiated on the strip mines up- 
stream from the treatment facility. 

An engineering survey to pinpoint sources of the pollution in the 
Muddy Creek watershed was initiated during 1967. Concurrently cer- 
tain facets of work have been initiated to abate the pollution in this 
watershed as fast as problem areas were identified. Such projects 
include strip mine restoration, refuse pile disposal in nearby stripping 
pits, revegetation of reclaimed lands and mine sealing. Activities ac- 
complished during 1967 should vastly improve the environment, both 
land and water, in Lake Arthur and Moraine State Park in the Muddy 
Creek watershed. 

REPORTS AND FUTURE PLANS 

Up to the present time, 66 technical reports have been prepared 
concerning many of the individual projects that have been conducted 
by the Coal Research Board. A great quantity of information not pre- 
viously known has been recorded. These records have been distributed 
to the coal industry, agencies, libraries, and scientifically-minded in- 
dividuals. It is believed that the availability and the use of this 
material have been of direct assistance in making possible some of the 
recent developments in the use of coal. Reports available are as fol- 
lows: 



SR-1 The Crushing of Anthracite 

SR-2 Petrographic Composition and 
Sulfur Content of a Column of 
Pittsburgh Seam Coal 

SR-3 The Thermal Decrepitation of 
Anthracite 

SR-4 The Crushing of Anthracite 
with a Jaw Crusher 

SR-5 Reactions of a Bituminous Coal 
with Sulfuric Acid 

SR-6 Laboratory Studies on the 
Grindability of Anthracite and 
Other Coals 

SR-7 Coal Characteristics and Their 
Relationship to Combustion 
Techniques 

SR-8 The Crushing of Anthracite 
with an Impactor-Type Crusher 

SR-9 The Ignitibility of Bituminous 
Coal (A resume of a Literature 
Survey) 

SR-10 Effect of Gamma Radiation and 
Oxygen at Ambient Tempera- 
tures on the Subsequent Plas- 
ticity of Bituminous Coals 



May 31, 1967 
August 1, 1958 



September 15, 1958 
November 1, 1958 
February 1, 1959 
April 1, 1959 

April 15. 1959 

April 25. 1959 
May 4, 1959 

Mav 6. 1959 



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SR-11 Properties and Reactions Ex- 
hibited by Anthracite Litho- 
types Under Thermal Stress 

SR-12 Removal of Mineral Matter 
from Anthracite by Chlorina- 
tion at High Temperatures 

SR-13 Removal Stability of a Coal Tar 
Pitch 

SR-14 The Effect of Nuclear Reactor 
Irradiation During Low Tem- 
perature Carbonization of Bitu- 
minous Coals 

SR-15 Effect of Anthracite and Gamma 
Radiation at Ambient Tempera- 
ture on the Subsequent Plas- 
ticity of Bituminous Coals 

SR-16 The Isothermal Kinetics of Vol- 
atile Matter Release from An- 
thracite 

SR-17 The Combustion of Dust Clouds: 
A Survey of the Literature 

SR-18 The Ignitibility of Bituminous 
Coal 

SR-19 Changes in Coal Sulfur During 
Carbonization 

SR-20 The Radiation Chemistry of 
Coal in Various Atmospheres 

SR-21 Reaction of Bituminous Coal 
with Concentrated Sulfuric Acid 

SR-22 The Nature and Occurrence of 
Ash Forming Minerals in An- 
thracite 

SR-23 A Phenomenological Approach 
to the Batch Grinding of Coals 

SR-24 The Unsteady State Diffusion of 
Bases from Anthracite at High 
Temperatures 

SR-25 Some Advances in X-Ray Dif- 
fractometry and Their Applica- 
tion to the Study of Anthracites 
and Carbons 

SR-26 The Filtration of Coal Solutions 

SR-27 A Preliminary Investigation 
into the Application of Coal 
Petrography in the Blending of 
Anthracite and Bituminous 
Coals for the Production of 
Metallurgical Coke 



May 11, 1959 

June 22, 1959 

June 25, 1959 
July 31, 1959 

August 5, 1959 

August 25, 1959 

November 30, 1959 
June 15, 1960 
August 1, 1960 
September 12, 1960 
October 1, 1960 
December 30, 1960 

January 20, 1961 
January 21, 1961 

February 24, 1961 



March 17, 1961 
May 1, 1961 



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SR-28 Preparation and Properties of 
Activated Carbons Prepared 
from Nitric Acid Treatment of 
Bituminous Coal 

SR-29 The Reactions of Selected Bitu- 
minous Coals with Concentrated 
Sulfuric Acid 

SR-30 Investigations on the Operation 
of the Circular Concentrator for 
Cleaning Fine Coal 

SR-31 Mineral Matter Removal from 
Anthracite by High Temperature 
Chlorination 

SR-32 The Effect of Crusher Type on 
the Liberation of Sulfur in Bitu- 
minous Coal 

SR-33 Investigation of the Circular 
Concentrator — Flotation Circle 
Svstem for Cleaning Fine Coal 

SR-34 Reactions of Coal with Atomic 
Species 

SR-35 The Preparation Characteristics 
of the Bituminous Coal Reserves 
in Pennsylvania with Special 
Emphasis on Sulfur Reduction 

SR-36 A Study of the Burning Velocity 
of Laminar Coal Dust Flames 

SR-37 Molecular Sieve Material From 
Anthracite 

SR-38 Studies of Anthracite Coals at 
High Pressures and Tempera- 
tures 

SR-39 Coal Flotation of Low-Grade 
Pennsylvania Anthracite Silts 

SR-40 Changes in the Physical Proper- 
ties of Anthracite Upon Heat 
Treatment 

SR-41 Some Aspects of the Chemistry 
of Sulfur in Relation to Its Pres- 
ence in Coal 

SR-42 The Unsteady State Diffusion of 
Gases from Coals 

SR-43 The Effect of Concentration and 
Particle Size on the Burning 
Velocitv of Laminar Coal Dust 
Flames 

SR-44 The Electrokinetic Behavior of 
Anthracite Coals and Lithotvpes 



August 15, 1961 

August 31, 1961 

February 26, 1962 

March 26, 1962 

April 29, 1962 

September 10, 1962 

September 24, 1962 
October 31, 1962 

November 5, 1962 
November 16, 1962 
April 29, 1963 

May 13, 1963 
Julv 10, 1963 

August 20, 1963 

Februarv 15. 1964 
March 1. 1964 

May 25. 1964 



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SR-45 An Investigation of the Cyclone May 30. 1964 
for Fine Coal Cleaning 

SR-46 The Utilization of Coal Refuse September 1, 1964 
for the Manufacture of Light- 
weight Aggregate 

SR-47 A Simulation Model on the Op- March 5. 1965 
timal Design of Belt Conveyor 
Svstems 

SR-45 Beneficiation of Fly Ash April 12. 1965 

SR-49 Application of Linear Program- Julv 10. 1965 

ming Methods of Mine Planning 

and Scheduling 

SR-50 Petrographic Composition and August 2. 1965 
Sulfur Content of Selected Penn- 
sylvania Bituminous Coal Seams 

SR-51 Preliminary Investigations of August 20. 1965 
Fog Disposal Methods Applica- 
ble to Greater Pittsburgh Air- 
port 

SR-52 Subsurface Disposal of Acid August 10. 1965 
Mine Water by Injection Wells 

SR-53 Roof Bolt Load and Differential September 3. 1965 
Sag Measurements 

SR-54 A Study of the Reactions Be- November 22 ? 1965 
tween Coal and Coal Mine 
Drainage 

SR-55 Methods Employed for Under- February 28. 1966 
ground Stowing ( A Resume of a 
Literature Survey) 

SR-56 Computer Simulation of Mate- June 6. 1966 
rials Handling in Open Pit Min- 
ing 

SR-57 The Evaluation of Anthracite Julv 30. 1966 
Refuse as a Highway Construc- 
tion Material 

SR-58 An Investigation of the Cleaning August 15. 1966 
of Bituminous Coal Refuse Fines 
by an Experimental Hydrocy- 
clone 

SR-59 Chlorination and Activation of October 24. 1966 
Pennsylvania Anthracites 

SR-60 Development and Testing of an February 1. 1967 
Injection Well for the Subsur- 
face Disposal of Acid Mine Wa- 
ter 

SR-61 Investigations of the Cyclone December 12, 1966 
Washing of Fine Coal in Water 



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SR-62 Linear Programming Short May 1, 1967 
Course 

SR-63 Planning Belt Conveyor Net- May 15, 1967 
works Using Computer Simula- 
tion 

SR-64 The Economic Importance of the August 1, 1967 
Coal Industry to Pennsylvania 

SR-65 An Evaluation of Factors Influ- August 15, 1967 
encing Acid Mine Drainage 
Production from Various Strata 
of the Allegheny Group and the 
Ground Water Interactions in 
Selected Areas of Western Penn- 
sylvania 

SR-66 Potential Injection Well Strata October 25, 1967 
for Acid Mine Water Disposal 
in Pennsylvania 

In order to plan for future research, the Board has solicited sugges- 
tions for research areas and specific problems from the coal industry 
and labor, and it has compiled a list of areas in which Board mem- 
bers think that research may prove useful. Compilation of problem 
areas was prepared, then distributed to research agencies of known 
ability, with facilities for undertaking coal research. Proposals were 
solicited for projects aimed at correcting or gaining information on 
the problem or problems presented. The Board continuously evaluates 
these proposals in the light of the long and short-term needs of the 
coal industry, and grants contracts as funds permit. 

The Pennsylvania coal industry today is faced with the task of doing 
in a short time research that ought to have been undertaken many 
years ago. It is reasonable to believe that if an adequate research ef- 
fort had been made in the past many of today's problems would not 
exist. A coal research program, broad in scope and extending into the 
future, should contribute greatly toward opening the doors to vast and 
valuable mineral reserves remaining in Pennsylvania. 

MINE REFUSE BANK FIRES 

Under a program first authorized by Act 3A of the General Assembly, 
approved March 3, 1964, supplemented by later acts, the Department 
was authorized to use money specifically for the purpose of extinguish- 
ing, curtailing, and preventing the spread of mine refuse bank fires. 
The Department made arrangements with the Federal Department of 
Health, Education and Welfare to undertake nine experimental projects 
with that Department. 

Nine (9) research projects have been authorized to demonstrate the 
feasibility and costs of refuse bank extinguishment. These projects are 
as follows: 

Huber Refuse Bank, removal of material by draglines followed by 
water quenching and layering and compaction: Carrolltown Refuse 



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Bank, rigid foam sealing and injections with an inert gas; Heshbon 
Refuse Bank, grouting and covering of a bank with vermiculite, lime- 
stone dust and chemicals; Heshbon Refuse Bank, grouting and cover- 
ing a refuse bank with mine drainage sludge (Yellowboy) ; Gipsy 
Refuse Bank, an application of chemical mixtures and detergents with 
water for bank extinguishment; White Station Refuse Bank, cooling by 
water sprays followed by admixing of inert-non-combustible material 
with coal refuse followed by compaction; Tuscarora Refuse Bank, side 
sealing of the bank with clay followed by application of cement waste 
dust to the crown; Baker Refuse Bank, Scranton, fracturing fused refuse 
material with explosives followed by saturation with water; and Marvine 
Refuse Bank, hydraulic quenching and removal using high pressure 
water nozzles followed by layering and compaction. 

All of the above projects will result in the development of improved 
extinguishment techniques and will produce engineering and fiscal data 
indicating the "least cost" extinguishment methods. 

ABANDONED COAL MINE SERVICES 

The abandoned coal mine services are basically for the purpose of 
correcting conditions caused by early mining operations that are detri- 
mental to public welfare. During 1965 the authority to carry out these 
services was enlarged and it now reads as follows: "To seal or close 
or backfill abandoned deep or strip coal mines, to fill voids in aban- 
doned coal mines, to drill bore holes, dig ditches or construct flumes 
which would relieve flooding or hazardous conditions caused by mine 
water, and to extinguish fires in abandoned coal mines and in culm 
banks, in those instances where such work is in the interest of the pub- 
lic welfare." 

During the last calendar year, the Department conducted 61 projects 
under this program, using State funds only. Of these projects, 43 were 
conducted in twelve counties in the bituminous coal area of the Com- 
monwealth, and 18 projects in five counties in the anthracite area. 

During 1967, special emphasis was again placed on sealing aban- 
doned deep mine openings and extinguishment of fires in abandoned 
coal mines insofar as the services provided under this program was 
concerned. 



ANTHRACITE DIVISION 

Following is record of productive effort compiled by the Anthracite 
Division, with headquarters at Pottsville, during the year of 1967. 

There were one thousand four hundred and eighty five separate 
"Deep Mine" inspections. During which seventy three (73) mines or 
sections of mines were stopped for safety reasons. Nine hundred and 
seventy four (974) separate inspections were made of strip mine op- 
erations, during which time five (5) were stopped for safety and other 
reasons. Our inspectors made six hundred and thirty seven (637) in- 
spections of coal preparation plants and three hundred and twelve 
(312) culm bank recovery inspections, during which numerous correc- 



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tive actions were instituted. Two new electrical inspectors were added 
to the force during the year, who, together with one inspector pre- 
viously employed, made a total of three hundred and three (303) com- 
plete inspections of strip and deep mine operations, issuing many 
corrective orders during the course of these inspections. Follow up in- 
spections were made to insure complete compliance of these orders. 

As a result of the above, we had a total of three thousand seven 
hundred and eleven complete inspections during the year, made by 
twenty-three (23) inspectors, making an average of one hundred and 
sixty two (162) complete inspections per inspector in the twelve month 
period. 

An extensive study of water outfalls and stream pollution was made 
by the inspectors in addition to the above mentioned accomplishments. 
A survey of all abandoned strip mine pits in the entire Anthracite 
Region was undertaken and completed during this period. A study of 
mine subsidence, mine fire control, bank fire control and strip mine 
restoration, covering a four year plan was completed at the request of 
Governor Shafer. 

In the field of "Employee Safety" our men trained five hundred and 
forty (540) men in ninety three (93) mines in the detection of ex- 
plosive gases and the care of flame safety lamps. We conducted fifty 
six (56) classes in rudimentary "First Aid" in which eight hundred 
and twenty four (824) men received the required training. During 
the same period three (3) classes were conducted in which twenty four 
men received the full scale "Mine Rescue" course. One hundred and 
forty employees attended the defensive driver training course and were 
certified at the completion of same. 

Our "Safety Record" for the year shows a total of eight (8) Fatal 
Accidents, as compared to five (5) Fatal Accidents for the previous 
year. 

In addition, our inspection force processed eighty nine (89) strip 
mine completion reports, one hundred and eight (108) mine drainage 
permits, served on eight (8) commissions, nine (9) other investiga- 
tions, one hundred and ninety seven (197) complaints from the gen- 
eral public. 

Other achievements include discovering of eighteen (18) separate 
culm bank and refuse fires by the inspection force and the extinguish- 
ment of same under their leadership, without any undue incident and 
at no cost to the Commonwealth. Seventeen (17) chapters and one 
(1) council of the Holmes Safety Council have been organized in the 
area with the aid of Department Personnel. Making a total of fifty nine 
(59) chapters and two (2) councils who hold monthly meetings and 
discuss all phases of safety. 

Regulation of strip mine blasting by our personnel have monitored 
four thousand four hundred and six (4.406? blasts having a total of 
twenty thousand and thirty three (20,033) blast holes. This is a con- 
tinuing function in which we actively regulate blasting in Carbondale. 
Eddy Creek. Plains Township. Wilkes-Barre. Lansford, Nesquehoning. 
Saint Clair and Wadesville. 



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Our engineers have serviced two hundred and seven (207) mine sub- 
sidence insurance applications and five (5) applications to mine within 
a "Safety Zone". 

One hundred and eleven (111) individual dust studies were made 
by our dust men in the same period. 

A total of eleven hundred and sixty (1,160) inspections of waste 
disposal areas were conducted by our inspectors. 

In the field of restoration, state-owned equipment has replaced seven 
hundred eighty five thousand six hundred ( 785,600 ) cubic yards of 
earth into long abandoned strip mines on public land, restoring sixty 
(60) acres to use. Outstanding examples are the state game lands at 
Gold Mine in Lebanon County, which has an additional value in restor- 
ing the quality of water to the Lebanon Watershed and the Mahanoy 
City Project on lands owned by the school district. 

Additional work in the field of strip mine restoration using state- 
owned equipment was the backfilling of a strip mine pit in the Olyphant 
Area of Lackawanna County where in the Bond Posted by the coal 
company was declared forfeited by the Department of Mines and 
Mineral Industries. This involved the handling of three hundred seventy 
two thousand, eight hundred (372,800) Cubic Yards of fill material and 
restored ten (10) acres to use. 

Our forestry effort included the planting of seven hundred ninety 
seven thousand, seven hundred and twelve (797,712) seedlings on 
restored strip mine land. 

We used state-owned equipment to totally eliminate a refuse bank 
fire at Heidelberg in Pittston Township, Luzerne County, which could 
have developed into a major problem, if allowed to continue. 

ANTHRACITE STRIP MINE RESTORATION 

The following statistical information relates to performances of ad- 
ministration and enforcement under the Anthracite Strip Mining and 
Conservation Act of 1963: 

Accumulative 

1967 1964-1967, Inch 
Strip Mine Operators Licenses Issued 58 322 

Strip Mine Permits Issued 226 1,106 

Acres of Land Permitted 1.069.91 5,394,09 

New Bond Filed by Operators $435,135.00 $2,869,492.00 

Completion Reports Filed 81 307 

Acres of Land Affected 539.59 1,661.40 

Acres of Land Restored 572.84 *1,601.72 

Planting Fees Paid by Operators $18,154.00 $75,143.00 

Bond Released to Operators $433,137.00 $1,302,477.00 

* The balance, or 50.68 acres, are being restored by deposition of breaker 
wastes and by domestic and commercial solid wastes under the Sanitary Land Fill 
Method. 



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PROJECTS— 1967 

GIRARDVILLE DRAINAGE DITCH, PROJECT NO. AS-36 

This project was initiated to release flooding situations at the East 
end of Girardville Borough and adjoining Butler Township. The 
project was completed by Brook Contracting Company at a cost of 
$71,704.80 and final inspection was held on April 27, 1967. 

GLEN BURN CUT-OFF TRENCH, PROJECT NO. AS-42 (See Photo 
Section) 

A cut-off trench was excavated through a refuse bank for the purpose 
of preventing the fire from spreading to an adjoining major non-burn- 
ing refuse bank. The project was completed by K. & H., Inc. at a cost 
of $31,872.00 and final inspection was held on July 17, 1967. The 
completed work was in Coal Township, Northumberland County. 

SWATARA WATERSHED, PROJECT NO. MD-1, Phase B 

This project consisted of reconditioning and grading existing Geb- 
hard Run for the purpose of conveying surface water past mine open- 
ings. The project was started June 20, 1967 by George Racho, Con- 
tractor and completed August 14, 1967 at a cost of $6,604.20. The 
completed work was in Reilly Township, Schuylkill County. 

SWATARA WATERSHED, PROJECT NO. MD-1, Phase C 

All engineering work, maps, bid documents for the installation of 72" 
flume, construction of earth ditches, reconditioning existing stream beds 
on Coal Run, were forwarded to Harrisburg for approval on June 1, 
1967. At present we are awaiting a revised release after the County 
Commissioners acquire title to property, involved in the project. The 
engineering estimate to complete project is $38,000.00. The project 
is located in Frailey Township, Schuylkill County. 

SWATARA WATERSHED, PROJECT NO. MD-1, Phase D 

All engineering work is completed for the installation of 72" flume, 
construction of earth ditches, reconditioning existing stream beds to 
conduct the flow of Bailey Run and Gebhard Run past existing strip 
mine pits and mine openings. All work necessary to submit to this 
project is held up pending receipt of releases. The project is located 
in Frailey and Reilly Townships, Schuylkill County. 

PARDEESVILLE MINE & BANK FIRE, PROJECT NO. A-16 

The project was initiated to control a mine and bank fire that re- 
quired the construction of a flume, earth embankments and ponding 
areas for the control of water necessary to flood surface areas of a mine 
and bank fire. A Contract for $114,585.00 was awarded Drew De- 
velopment Co. for the required work. The project was started August 
21, 1966 and is located East of the Village of Pardeesville. Hazle Town- 
ship, Luzerne County. 

MAHANOY CITY SUBSIDENCE, PROJECT NO. 14 

A project to fill accessible mine voids in the Buck Mountain Vein 
and blind flushing in the Skidmore Vein with suitable material for the 
purpose of supporting coal pillars and overlying rock strata to mini- 



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mize further subsidence in a portion of the built up section of Mahanoy 
City. A Contract for $14,340.00 was awarded to Felix DiCasimirro and 
Norman Schock to perform the required work which is located in 
Mahanoy City Borough and adjoining Mahanoy Township, Schuylkill 
County. 

GLEN BURN CUT-OFF TRENCH, PROJECT NO. A-17 

Surveys, maps and contract documents were completed as of De- 
cember 29, 1967. The purpose of the project is to prevent fire in a 
burning bank from igniting a large non-burning bank by extending 
a cut-off trench that was excavated by the coal company in 1953. Bids 
for the project will be opened Thursday, March 21, 1968 and the en- 
gineering estimate is $89,960.00. The project is located in Coal Town- 
ship and the refuse bank is in close proximity to the business and 
residential areas of the City of Shamokin. Northumberland County. 

BUTTONWOOD DRAINAGE DITCH, PROJECT NO. MD-12 

The purpose of the project is to control the outfall from several 
mines and prevent uncontrolled pollution of the Susquehanna River. 
To accomplish the purpose of this project, a drainage ditch will be 
excavated and the construction of facilities to regulate the flow from 
the outfall. A Contract for $174,970.00 was awarded to Rodger E. 
Gerhart, Inc., who was the lowest responsible bidder. The project is 
located in Hanover Township, Luzerne County. 

MINE WATER CONTROL PROJECT NO. 40 

This project was initiated by a coal company for the purpose of pre- 
venting surface water from entering the mines and to enable the coal 
company to expand deep mining in this area. To accomplish this pur- 
pose it is proposed to backfill strip mine pits to prevent surface drain- 
age from entering the mines. All maps, cross sections contract, docu- 
ments and agreements have been prepared and we are now waiting for 
the posting of the required bonds. The project is located on the 
Southern slope of Bear Mountain in Hegins Township, Schuylkill 
County. The estimated cost is approximately $100,000.00. 

MINE WATER CONTROL PROJECT NO. 45 

This project is the loan of a vertical deep well pump to the Reading 
Anthracite Company for installation on Wadesville Shaft. 

All legal forms, insurance and other papers required for the loan of 
a deep well pump and accessories were prepared and the necessary 
arrangements with the Federal Authorities were made. Work was 
started November 16, 1967 and continued until the end of December, 
1967 when work was temporarily stopped due to electrical equipment. 
The project is located in New Castle Township, Schuylkill County. 

MOSS GLEN WATERSHED 

The purpose of this project is to restore the water table in the Silver 
Creek-Moss Glen Watershed by sealing strip mine pits and eliminating 
acid mine drainage from this area. Field surveys have been completed 
and the preparation of maps and cross sections is approximately 90% 
complete. The project is located in Blythe Township, Schuylkill County 



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and the project will be conducted under the State-Federal Mine Drain- 
age Program. 

APPALACHIAN SUBSIDENCE PROJECT NO. 3 

The purpose of the project is to seal and fill mine voids by blind 
flushing any backfilling surface openings, to lend support and stability 
to an area underlying 3rd and Lehigh Streets in Coaldale, Schuylkill 
County. To accomplish this purpose a drilling program was prepared 
for flushing the required areas. Maps, plans and required documents 
were prepared and a Contract for $249,838.00 was awarded to Gene 
Fierro T/A Gene Fierro Contracting Co. who started work on October 
23, 1967. 

HAZLETON MINE FIRE CONTROL PROJECT 

The purpose of this project is to extinguish or control a mine fire 
within the boundaries of the City of Hazleton, Luzerne County. It is 
proposed to excavate the entire fire area and haul and spread in a 
nearby area. Plans, cross sections, location maps were forwarded to 
Harrisburg for submission to the Appalachian Regional Commission 
under date of March 28, 1967. The engineering estimates for com- 
pleted excavation is $308,500.00. 

MT. CARMEL MINE FIRE CONTROL PROJECT 

This project requires the cut-off trench to confine an existing mine 
fire from traveling under the built-up section of Mt. Carmel Borough, 
Northumberland County. The cut-off trench will require the excava- 
tion of approximately 8,000,000 Cubic Yards of overburden at an es- 
timated cost of $5,830,000.00 which includes the recovery of coal from 
the vein. The project was forwarded to Harrisburg for submission 
to the Appalachian Regional Commission under date of April 7, 1967. 
At present the project requires a sponsor and action is presently delayed 
due to a contested election. 

DELANO SURFACE RESTORATION 

For the reclamation and rehabilitation of an existing strip mine area 
by backfilling existing strip mine pits with adjacent spoil banks. The 
project was submitted to the Apalachian Regional Commission by the 
Harrisburg Office under date of July 27, 1967. It is estimated that 
$111,000.00 will be required to complete the project which is located 
in Delano Township, Schuylkill County. 

PUBLIC HEALTH & SAFETY PROJECT NO. 10— Filling of Mine Shafts 
& Slopes 

This project which consists of backfilling hazardous slopes and 
shafts near roads and communities. Prepared plans and specifications for 
several locations and forwarded the required releases to five responsible 
parties. To December 31, 1967, only one (1) release was returned and 
we are presently awaiting another release from the Game Commission. 

MINE WATER CONTROL PROJECT NO. 42 

This project required the conversion of electrical equipment from 
25 to 60 cycle operation. The original equipment was installed on 
Greenwood Shaft No. 10 under Mine Drainage Project No. 5. All the 



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required documents, codicils and related material were prepared for 
submission by Harrisburg to the Federal Bureau of Mines. The project 
was completed and the equipment placed in operation May 24, 1967. 

Greenwood No. 10 Shaft is located in the Borough of Coaldale, 
Schuylkill County. The exchange of State-Federal equipment was in- 
stalled at no expense to the State. 

MINE WATER CONTROL PROJECT NO. 43 

This project required the conversion of electrical equipment from 25 
cycle to 60 cycle operation. The original equipment was installed under 
Mine Drainage Project No. 7 on Tamaqua No. 14 Shaft located in 
Rahn Township, East of Tamaqua Borough in Schuylkill County. 

All required documents, agreements, insurance, resolutions, codicil 
and other related material prepared for submission to Dr. Hibbard, Jr. 
were forwarded to Harrisburg under date of February 4, 1966. The 
exchange of State-Federal equipment was installed by the coal company 
at no expense to the State. All the replaced equipment was returned 
and placed in storage at the Franklin Warehouse by December 20, 1967. 

ACCESS BOREHOLES, PROJECT NO. A-l (NR-59) 

A project in the amount of $16,246.70, to drill access boreholes and 
drive openings through the Barrier Pillar for exploration of the aban- 
doned Dixon-Manville Mine Workings was started on September 29, 

1966 and exploration of underground workings, prohibitive because of 
mine gases, was not undertaken as of December 31, 1967. The project 
is located in the City of Scranton, Lackawanna County. 

MARVINE BREAKER REFUSE BANK FIRE, PROJECT NO. A-7 
(NR-87) 

A project to prevent, control and eliminate air pollution from an 
abandoned burning refuse bank was started on November 4, 1966 con- 
sisting of the drilling of a large diameter borehole, surface grading 
and the construction of ponding areas and was completed in January, 

1967 at a cost of $34,450.00. The project is located in the City of 
Scranton, Lackawanna County. 

EXAMINATION OF HOMES— EYNON STEET & CEDAR AVENUE, 
PROJECT NO. AD5 (NRD36) 

A project to examine homes for the presence of noxious gases started 
on December 19, 1962 and continued into December, 1967 at a cost of 
$63,828.37. The project is located in the City of Scranton, Lackawanna 
County. 

EXAMINATION OF HOMES, PROJECT NO. AD6 (NRD44) 

A project for the examination of homes to determine the presence of 
noxious gases, started on December 6, 1963, was continuous to December 
31, 1967, for a total expenditure of $73,674.38. The project is located 
in Laurel Run Borough. Luzerne County. 

MINE WATER CONTROL PROJECT NO. 37 

PART 2 

A project to install a deep well pump for mine water control, started 
on October 12, 1966, was completed and accepted in May, 1967, at a 



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total cost of $140,800.00. The project is located in Newport Township, 
Luzerne County. 

APPALACHIA MINE FIRE CONTROL PROJECT NO. 8 

PHASE I 

A contract to locate the perimeter of mine fire in the City of Scranton, 
Cedar Avenue Area, undertaken in November, 1966, was completed 
March 13, 1967, at a cost of $122,839.68. The project is located adja- 
cent to Cedar Avenue, in the City of Scranton, Lackawanna County. 

PHASE II 

A contract to excavate a cut-off trench was awarded No. 1 Contract- 
ing Company and work started April 3, 1967 and was completed on 
October 27, 1967 at a cost of $844,300.00. The project is located adja- 
cent to Cedar Avenue, in the City of Scranton, Lackawanna County. 

APPALACHIAN SUBSIDENCE PROJECT NO. 1, PINE BROOK SECTION 

A project in the amount of $816,390.00 to fill mine voids, under the 
Appalachian Regional Development Program undertaken on August 
15, 1966, continued until December 31, 1967 with 2% of the work re- 
maining to be completed. The project is located in the City of Scranton, 
Lackawanna County. 

APPALACHIAN SUBSIDENCE PROJECT NO. 2, S.F.B. MORSE SCHOOL 
AREA 

A project in the amount of $1,139,434.00 to fill mine voids under 
the Appalachian Regional Development Program, was undertaken on 
October 6, 1966 and continued to December 31, 1967 with 29% of the 
work remaining. The project is located in the City of Scranton, Lacka- 
wanna County. 

PROJECT NO. A-6 (NR-86) 

Filling mine voids in the Borough of Plymouth, Luzerne County was 
started on January 30. 1967 and completed March 31, 1967 at a cost 
of $27,278.00. 

APPALACHIAN MINE FIRE CONTROL NO. 1 

PHASE 1 

A project administered by the Federal Government for the drilling of 
exploratory boreholes to determine the extent of the mine fire was 
started in April. 1966 and completed in February. 1967 at a cost of 
$248,001.68. 
PHASE 2, PART 1 

A project administered by the Federal Government to seal mine tun- 
nels by flushing was awarded to Glen Nan Coal Company on April 
6, 1967 and work started in May, 1967, was completed in the month of 
December, 1967 at a cost of $91,407.30. The project is located in 
Laurel Run Borough, Luzerne County. 

HUBER BANK FIRE (See Photo Section) 

Work was started in June, 1967 and completed in September. 1967 in 
the amount of $329,520.80 for the extinguishment of a portion of the 
burning bank located in Ashley Borough, Luzerne County. 



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PROJECT NO. A-9 (NR90A) 

A project for the drilling of boreholes was initiated in June, 1967 
for the purpose of determining feasibility of flushing and was com- 
pleted in July, 1967 at a cost of $3,833.00. The project is located in 
the Parsons Section of the City of Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne County. 

PROJECT NO. All (NR91) 

A project to determine the feasibility of flushing mine voids by the 
drilling of test boreholes to examine underground conditions in the 
Borough of Plymouth, Luzerne County, was started in June, 1967 and 
completed on August 4, 1967 at a cost of $6,764.39. 

BAKER BANK FIRE (See Photo Section) 

PHASE I 

A project to drill horizontal boreholes and charge with explosives* 
blast, douse with water and level off the quenched material was started 
in August, 1967. completed in November, 1967 at a cost of $50,000.00. 

PHASE II 

An identical project, started in November, 1967 was 95% complete on 
December 31, 1967 in the amount of $50,000.00. The project is located 
in the City of Scranton, Lackawanna County. 

MARVINE BANK FIRE 

PHASE I 

A project to install a deep well pump and water line to provide water 
for the extinguishment of the burning bank was started during the 
month of July, 1967, and was 85% complete as of December 31, 1967. 
This project included the removal of the quenched material from the 
fire area. The total cost of the project is $192,500.00. The project is 
located in the City of Scranton, Lackawanna County. 

APPALACHIAN SUBSIDENCE PROJECT NO. 7— Heights West 

All engineering work completed including underground exploration, 
mapping, estimates, specifications and bid documents for the filling of 
mine voids and submitted to Harrisburg for approval. The project is 
located in the City of Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne County. 

APPALACHIAN SUBSIDENCE PROJECT NO. 6— Spring Street 

All engineering work completed including underground exploration, 
mapping, estimates, specifications and bid documents for the filling of 
mine voids and submitted to Harrisburg for approval. The project is 
located in the City of Wilkes-Barre. Luzerne County. 

APPALACHIAN SUBSIDENCE PROJECT NO. 4 — Central City West 

All engineering work completed including underground exploration, 
mapping, estimates for a project approved by the Appalachian Com- 
mission for the filling of mine voids, located in the City of Scranton, 
Lackawanna County. 

TAYLOR BANK FIRE 

An experimental project for the prevention, control and extinguish- 
ment of the Tavlor Bank Fire is under consideration by Dorr-Oliver, 



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Inc. The proposed project is located in the Borough of Taylor, Lacka- 
wanna County. 

MARY-D BANK FIRE 

PHASE I 

An experimental project to extinguish the burning bank at Mary-D 
with the use of cement dust was conducted by the Department in co- 
operation with the U. S. Department of Health. Education and Welfare. 
The project was started in January, 1967 and completed in September, 
1967 at a total cost of $97,793.73. 

PHASE 2 

An experiment project to cover a portion of the Mary-D Bank with 
limestone dust is now under consideration. The project is located in 
the Village of Tuscarora, Schuylkill County. 

FAILS BANK FIRE (Rosini) 

An experimental project to extinguish the Fails Bank Fire by treating 
with waste lime-limestone scurry has been proposed to the U : S. Depart- 
ment of Health, Education and Welfare. The proposed project is located 
in Coal Township, Northumberland County. 

The Department has secured releases necessary to perform the work. 

MINE FIRE CONTROL PROJECT NO. 34— Throop Borough 

A project for the extinguishment of a mine fire in the vicinity of 
Keystone Industrial Park has been approved by the Appalachian Com- 
mission based upon preliminary planning furnished by the Department 
of Mines. The proposed project is located in Lackawanna County. 

MINE FIRE CONTROL PROJECT NO. 25— Kehley Run 

A project for the extinguishment of a mine fire in Shenandoah 
Borough and Mahanoy Township, Schuylkill County and approved by 
the Appalachian Commission is in the hands of the U. S. Bureau of 
Mines awaiting further action. 

MINE FIRE CONTROL PROJECT NO. 34 — Carbondale 

A project providing for a cut-off trench to isolate the mine fire in 
the Borough of Carbondale, Lackawanna County, in the hands of U. S. 
Bureau of Mines awaitin^ further action. 

MINE FIRE CONTROL PROJECT— Swoyersville 

A project to be administered by the Federal Government for the con- 
trol and extinguishment of a mine fire located in the Borough of 
Swoyersville, Luzerne County, is in the hands of the U. S. Bureau of 
Mines awaiting further action. 

OIL AND GAS DIVISION 

Because the function of the Oil and Gas Division of the Department 
is limited by law to the implementation of regulatory practices, accom- 
plishments then must be defined as activities. The statistical report 
which follows is an exact report for the year 1967. 

The number of drilling permits issued in coal areas was 349: in 



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noncoal areas, 1, total, 350. Drilling permits issued in coal areas per- 
tinent to the Oil and Gas Conservation Act, 24: In non-coal areas per- 
taining to the Oil and Gas Conservation Act, 1: Total 25. Drilling 
permits are not required for shallow wells in non-coal areas. However, 
file numbers are issued which are essentially the same as permits. 660 
file numbers were issued for this type well during 1967. Therefore, the 
total anticipated drilling activity for the year was 1010. This does not 
mean that 1010 wells were drilled during the year; however, we did 
receive 943 completions reports indicating that this number of wells 
had completed drilling. Wells reported plugged and abandoned, 566. 
This does not represent the total number of well plugged since plugging 
reports are not required for shallow wells drilled in non-coal areas. 
Pillar permits issued, 172. 

Total well activity, including drilling, plugging, and abandonments, 
and pillar permits were greater this year than any year since the organi- 
zation of this Division. During 1967, activities were reported in 28 
counties. There has been activity in 45 of Pennsylvania's 67 counties 
since the effective date of the Act, February 1, 1956. As to underground 
gas storage wells, Pennsylvania continues to lead the Nation in under- 
ground gas storage capacity which is 660 billion cubic feet. Of the 73 
storage reservoirs within 10,000 linear feet of operating coal mines, 63 
are active, 6 abandoned, 3 are being depleted and one (1) is in the 
planning stage. Of the 63 active storage reservoirs, 16 reservoirs are 
storing gas under or within 10,000 linear feet of operating coal mines. 
This means that these 16 reservoirs are under complete jurisdiction of 
the Division. Gas is being stored in 113 individual pools. By way of 
explaining this figure, some of the storage reservoirs are storing gas 
in more than one geological horizon. 

Inspector activities were as follows: 

1. During 1967 the number of inspections made was 4480. These 
included investigations of drilling, casing, and plugging opera- 
tions as well as periodical inspections of storage areas. 

2. The Inspectors held 1479 consultations during the year. These 
consultations were between the Department's Inspectors and man- 
agement representatives of the oil and/or gas companies. 

3. There were 428 special investigations including plugging opera- 
tions for the following: Kinzua Dam, Moraine State Park, and 
various State Highway construction projects. These investigations 
were concerned not merely with inspection trips, but rather with 
preparation of plugging and/or casing specifications to an alter- 
nate method as permitted by the Act. 

4. There were 32 individual complaints pertaining primarily to 
alleged water contamination. Most of these complaints were 
amicably settled even though in most instances the Department 
had no jurisdiction. Also investigated and reported in this cate- 
gory were all accidents of which officials of the Department had 
knowledge. Recommendations were made orally to the affected 
operators; and it is believed that, even without legislation, some 
progress relevant to safer operations was made. 



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5. There were 10 conferences held during the year, 8 of which were 
held by District Inspectors, in an attempt to settle disputes without 
aggravation. Two hearings were held as a result of these con- 
ferences. One of these hearings resulted in a prosecution since 
the well operator did not comply with the Order of the Division. 
Our policy during the year on distinguishing between formal 
and informal conferences has been changed. Conferences held 
by the District Inspectors are now considered formal conferences 
enabling this office to go directly to a Hearing if a mutual agree- 
ment is not made at the conference level. 

6. Our Petroleum Engineer has been making investigations and plans 
throughout the year to locate and correlate pre-act wells which 
are or may be contaminating streams. This is being done in 
anticipation of legislation that will enable correcting this source 
of pollution. 

The Department is continuing to furnish the Geological Survey with 
all well information. Since the passage of the Oil and Gas Conservation 
Act in 1961, the Geological Survey has not received information di- 
rectly from the operators, except that which may be forwarded willingly. 
The Geological Survey, in the compilation of its statistical reports, is 
dependent upon the Department for statistical information. 

Two Spacing Order Hearings were held during the year, both of 
which had to do with the Rager Mountain Pool in Cambria County. 
The members of the Commission believe that the Act has served its 
intended purpose, in that the drilling of wells coming within the purview 
of the Act, has been carried on in more orderly fashion and a wider 
acreage arrangement. 

APPALACHIA PROGRAM 

The mining area restoration sector of the Appalachia Program derives 
from Section 205 of the Appalachian Regional Development Act of 
1965, and Appalachian Regional Development Act Amendments of 1967. 

In 1967, the Department prepared a total of 14 project requests and 
forwarded them to the State Secretary of Commerce, Pennsylvania's 
representative on the Appalachian Regional Commission, for presenta- 
tion to that Commission. Along with the 36 project requests prepared 
and forwarded in 1965 and 1966, this brings the total of Pennsylvania's 
Appalachian Mining Area Restoration project requests to 50. 

To the end of 1967, 38 of the projects have been approved by the 
Appalachian Commission. In 1967 contracts were awarded for 7 of 
the 38 approved projects bringing the total contracts awarded to 17. 
Five of the projects under contract were completed during the year 
1967 bringing the total of completed projects to 7. Nine were in process 
of construction at the end of the year. Necessary preparation of specifi- 
cations and contracts for other approved projects are going forward 
currently. 

The Appalachian Regional Commission stresses data on economic 
and social justification of projects. The broad aspects of social and 
economic justification are prepared from information furnished by the 



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State Planning Board. Local aspects and descriptive information re- 
lating to individual projects are developed by the Department. In 1967 
Pennsylvania continued its role of pioneer in the field of mining area 
restoration projects. A notable advance was the development in the 
Department of simplified forms for project contracts and specifications, 
which will be of benefit in future Appalachia projects administered 
by the Department. These simplified forms will reduce paper work and 
facilitate the activation of future projects. 

At the close of 1967, the Department had 14 additional projects 
actively in preparation for transmittal to the Appalachian Commission, 
together with other projects under consideration. 

By far the largest number of requests from local governments for 
Appalachia aid on mining area restoration continued to be for under- 
ground mine fire projects. Thirty-eight such projects have been sub- 
mitted to the Appalachian Regional Commission, along with 7 subsidence 
projects and 5 strip mine reclamation projects. 

The Appalachian Regional Development Act Amendments of 1967 
have increased the scope of the Act to include a wider range of problems 
related to devastation of past mining operations. The original Act of 
1965 limited Federal Aid to underground mine fire projects, subsidence 
projects, and strip mine reclamation projects on publicly owned land. 
The Amendments of 1967 include provisions for abandoned oil and 
gas wells, and reclamation and rehabilitation of lands affected by 
processing of coal and other minerals including land affected by waste 
piles. The Amendments of 1967 also direct the Appalachian Commission 
to make a survey, study, and report of acid pollution resulting from 
mining activities and the effects of such pollution. The Amendments of 
1967 taken with original Act of 1965 will make it possible to aid 
communities in mining areas of Pennsylvania having environmental 
handicaps for which no provision was made in the original Act. It 
will thus be possible to more fully cope with the environmental handi- 
caps which have effectively barred many communities in the coal 
regions from helping themselves to attract new sources of employment. 



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Blasting, in the photo above, and then quenching the blown out portions, photo 
below, proved to be another technically and economically successful approach 
to extinguishing burning banks. In an experimental project on the Baker Burn- 
ing Culm Bank begun in January the Department of Mines and Mineral Industries 
demonstrated the effectiveness of this successful approach in putting out close to 
146,000 tons of burning material in a series of 3 successive shots set off during 
1967. Dupont nitramon, which is insensitive to heat, was placed in the hot cores 
of these banks before blasting. The Department will continue to use this method 
in similar projects with private industry to eliminate these burning banks as air 
pollution hazards. 




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These high pressure hydraulic guns were employed for the first time in extinguish- 
ing a great portion of the Huber Burning Bank at Ashley, Pa. under a joint dem- 
onstration effort with the Federal Department of Health, Education and Welfare 
and initiated by the Department of Mines and Mineral Industries. Results of this 
extinguishment method proved the use of these guns economically and tech- 
nically feasible in attacking burning banks. Under a similar demonstration grant 
they were employed on the Marvine Burning Bank in North Scranton by the same 
contractor, Ed Dixon of Mt. Carmel, Pa. Some 245,000 tons were extinguished 
at this bank. 




White arrow in photo above points to area immediately behind the Glen Burn 
Breaker, at Shamokin, Northumberland County, where a huge cutoff trench, 300' 
long and 40' deep, was carved into the side of the culm bank to stop move- 
ment of a fire. A similar trench will be carved into this bank early in 1968. 
Continued northwesterly movement of the fire in this bank would have threat- 
ened a major non-burning portion of the breaker refuse. The bank itself, one of 
the largest in either the anthracite or bituminous regions, contains nearly 17 
million tons of combustible mine refuse. 



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Typical of the work being done by the Department of Mines in restoring strip 
mined lands at Moraine State Park in Butler County is this restoration job per- 
formed by contractor Adrian Davis of Homer City, Pa. It involves the complete 
restoration of nearly 57.3 acres. Davis is restoring one other abandoned strip 
mining pit in the Park. The contract with the Department was part of this joint 
development effort with the Department of Forests and Waters. 



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Governor Raymond P. Shafer discusses the Hazleton Bank Fire with Dr. H. Beecher 
Charmbury, left, Secretary of the Department of Mines and Mineral Industries. Photo 
was taken on the Governor's Tour of the Anthracite Coal Region in February, 1967. 
Governor Shafer said, "Talking about these problems is one thing. But it's a 
different thing entirely when you stand on a burning bank, smell the noxious fumes, 
and see just how much space one actually takes up. Only then can you picture the 
problem in all its magnitude!" 




Workmen from the Department of Mines' Anthracite Division put up an "Operation 
Scarlift" project identification board adjacent to busy Interstate 81 in North Scranton. 
Board identifies research-demonstration project that utilized high pressure, hydraulic 
guns in attempt to knock out as much of the Marvine burning bank (background) 
as possible under special grant from the Federal Department of Health, Education 
and Welfare. Method employed on this bank was one of two most successful em- 
ployed by the Department in its air pollution control work on burning mine refuse 
banks. 



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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 

DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 

ANTHRACITE DIVISION 

TOTAL PRODUCTION OF COAL, PRODUCTION FROM STRIPPINGS AND WASHERIES 

EMPLOYES, FATALITIES, ETC. 

1870 - 1967 



Total Washery Stripping 
production production production 

Year (net tons) (net tons)* (net tons)* 

n 

1870 14,172,004 

1871 15,532,252 

1872 15,567,973 

1873 21,001,521 

1874 19,930,240 

1875 23,402,646 

1876 23,440,666 

1877 24,727,213 

1878 20,900,966 

1879 31,036,600 

1880 27,974,532 

1881 34,202,558 

1882 35,057,430 

1883 37,747,369 

1884 36,468,738 

1885 38,232,155 

1886 38,950,932 

1887 42,156,300 

1888 46,635,037 

1889 43,650,768 

1890 44,986,286 

1891 49,701,322 

1892 51,226,978 

1893 52,841,110 <t 

1894 50,966,920 386,960 

1895 56,948,756 386,534 

1896 53,843,250 527,809 

1897 52,581,036 732,743 

1898 52,812,675 697,759 

1899 60,518,331 1,055,426 

1900 57,363,396 1,818,170 

1901 67,094,665 2,009,864 

1902 41,340,935 2,965,792 

1903 75,232,585 4,119,258 

1904 73,594,369 3,440,420 

1905 78,647,020 3,897,688 

1906 72,139,510 4,880,402 

1907 86,056,412 5,630,169 

1908 83,543,243 4,635,923 

1909 80,223,833 5,206,562 

1910 83,683,994 5,412,167 

1911 90,917,176 4,555,457 

1912 84,426,869 4,317,161 

1913 91,626,964 2,934,157 

1914 91,189,641 2,702,537 

1915 89,377,706 3,418,427 

1916 87,680,198 4,432,606 

1917 100,445,299 6,408,277 

1918 99,445,794 7,246,454 

1919 87,838,024 3,616,675 

1920 89,636,036 5,435,697 

1921 90,358,642 1,842,096 

1922 53,910,201 2,525,402 

1923 92,653,641 4,212,001 

1924 87,277,449 1,141,796 

1925 61,334,145 894,187 

1926 83,874,500 1,365,175 

1927 79,367,154 1,841,440 









Fatal- 


No. 






Produc- 


ities 


of 






tion 


per 


ins- 




Fatal- 


per 


million 


pec- 


mDloyes 


ities 


fatality 


tons 


tors 


ft 


ft 


n 


ft 


n 


35,600 


211 


67,166 


14.89 


5 


37,488 


210 


73,963 


13.52 


5 


44,745 


223 


69,811 


14.32 


5 


48,199 


264 


79,551 


12.57 


5 


53,402 


231 


86,278 


11.59 


5 


69,966 


238 


98,330 


10.17 


6 


70,474 


228 


102,810 


9.73 


6 


66,842 


194 


127,460 


7.85 


6 


63,964 


187 


111,770 


8.95 


6 


68,847 


262 


118,460 


8.44 


6 


73,373 


202 


138,488 


7.22 


6 


76,031 


273 


125,284 


7.98 


7 


82,200 


295 


118,839 


8.41 


6 


91,421 


323 


116,865 


8.56 


6 


101,073 


332 


109,846 


9.10 


6 


100,320 


332 


115,157 


8.68 


7 


103,044 


279 


139,609 


7.16 


7 


106,517 


316 


133,406 


7.50 


7 


122,218 


364 


128,118 


7.81 


8 


119,646 


397 


109,952 


9.09 


8 


119,919 


378 


119,011 


8.40 


7 


123,308 


428 


116,125 


8.61 


8 


130,300 


418 


122,553 


8.16 


8 


138,069 


456 


115,880 


8.63 


8 


139,939 


446 


114,276 


8.75 


8 


143,705 


421 


135,270 


7.39 


8 


150,088 


502 


107,257 


9.32 


8 


149,557 


423 


124,305 


8.04 


8 


142,420 


411 


129,498 


7.78 


8 


140,604 


461 


131,276 


7.62 


8 


143,824 


411 


139,570 


7.16 


8 


147,651 


513 


130,789 


7.65 


8 


148,139 


300 


137,803 


7.26 


8 


151,827 


518 


145,237 


6.89 


15 


161,330 


595 


123,688 


8.08 


15 


168,254 


644 


122,123 


8.19 


15 


166,175 


557 


129,514 


7.72 


19 


168,774 


708 


121,549 


8.23 


20 


174,503 


678 


123,220 


8.12 


20 


171,195 


567 


141,488 


7.07 


20 


168,175 


601 


139,241 


7.18 


20 


173,338 


699 


130,067 


7.69 


21 


175,098 


601 


140,477 


7.12 


21 


175,310 


624 


146,838 


6.81 


21 


180,899 


600 


151,983 


6.58 


21 


177,339 


588 


152,003 


6.58 


21 


159,169 


565 


155,186 


6.44 


25 


156,148 


581 


172,883 


5.78 


25 


148,226 


556 


178,859 


5.59 


25 


153,780 


636 


138,110 


7.24 


25 


149,117 


490 


182,931 


5.47 


25 


161,926 


546 


165,492 


6.04 


25 


159,880 


300 


179,701 


5.56 


25 


158,764 


515 


179,910 


5.56 


22 


162,503 


496 


175,963 


5.68 


22 


163,825 


401 


152,953 


6.54 


18 


168,734 


455 


184,340 


5.42 


18 


167,648 


492 


161,315 


6.20 


25 



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Fatal- 


No. 














Produc- 


ities 


of 




Total 


Washery 


Stripping 






tion 


per 


ins- 




production 


production 


production 




Fatal- 


per 


million 


pec- 


Year 


(net tons) 


(net tons)* 


(net tons)* 


Employes 


ities 


fatality 


tons 


tors 


1928 


74,552,312 


1,614,863 




160,721 


447 


166,784 


6.00 


25 


1929 


72,985,844 


878,599 




153,422 


483 


151,109 


6.62 


25 


1930 


68,776,559 


890,389 




151,171 


444 


154,902 


6.46 


25 


1931 


59,115,387 


1,468,572 


% 


138,400 


384 


153,946 


6.50 


25 


1932 


49,501,511 


1,062,853 


3,545,948 


119,480 


243 


203,710 


4.91 


21 


1933 


49,507,577 


2,090,996 


4,308,811 


102,469 


232 


213,395 


4.69 


21 


1934 


56,798,951 


1,516,393 


4,461,894 


106,251 


260 


218,458 


4.58 


19 


1935 


51,359,111 


1,876,700 


4,962,514 


100,539 


267 


192,256 


5.20 


17 


1936 


54,264,016 


1,411,988 


3,757,678 


99,704 


241 


225,162 


4.44 


16 


1937 


51,700,296 


1,882,026 


5,014,052 


99,117 


212 


243,869 


4.10 


22 


1938 


46,269,511 


2,031,432 


5,080,344 


96,998 


223 


207,487 


4.82 


20 


1939 


51,399,707 


2,347,269 


5,308,049 


93,352 


210 


244,761 


4.09 


24 


1940 


51,526,454 


2,599,280 


6,010,364 


90,790 


182 


283,112 


3.53 


23 


1941 


53,942,177 


3,689,538 


7,855,945 


88,849 


189 


285,408 


3.50 


22 


1942 


57,939,629 


4,045,970 


9,657,307 


83,707 


225 


257,509 


3.88 


22 


1943 


60,511,730 


7,715,860 


8,688,896 


79,369 


218 


277,577 


3.60 


23 


1944 


64,112,589 


10,527,481 


10,925,619 


78,145 


171 


374,927 


2.67 


24 


1945 


55,901,235 


9,454,205 


10,521,174 


76,265 


137 


408,038 


2.45 


23 


1946 


61,978,710 


9,214,678 


12,912,992 


80,556 


169 


366,738 


2.73 


24 


1947 


58,227,985 


7,076,796 


12,691,382 


80,730 


165 


352,897 


2.83 


24 


1948 


59,108,810 


6,735,688 


13,485,837 


80,390 


131 


451,212 


2.22 


26 


1949 


44,710,118 


4,823,144 


11,081,087 


79,209 


92 


485,980 


2.06 


26 


1950 


46,339,255 


4,027,249 


12,291,325 


75,231 


86 


538,829 


1.86 


25 


1951 


42,389,055 


4,843,834 


11,376,379 


70,357 


94 


450,927 


2.22 


25 


1952 


40,067,130 


4,710,495 


11,019,185 


66,438 


92 


435,512 


2.30 


25 


1953 


30,495,391 


3,892,083 


8,883,984 


56,952 


59 


516,871 


1.93 


25 


1954 


26,612,312 


3,055,528 


7,852,186 


44,731 


47 


566,219 


1.76 


24 


1955** 


25,934,792 


3,618,121 


7,826,029 


37,397 


60 


432,247 


2.31 


20 


1956 


28,175,633 


4,336,168 


8,527,613 


35,029 


54 


521,771 


1.92 


18 


1957 


25,163,466 


4,356,958 


7,831,511 


32,767 


51 


493,401 


2.03 


21 


1958 


20,456,474 


2,711,152 


7,001,422 


26,738 


31 


659,886 


1.52 


20 


1959 


19,670,615 


2,981,696 


7,272,661 


24,112 


46 


427,622 


2.34 


20 


1960 


17,721,113 


3,006,803 


7,138,743 


20,269 


35 


506,318 


1.98 


23 


1961 


16,506,612 


2,418,433 


7,279,371 


16,971 


19 


868,769 


1.15 


23 


1962 


16,496,315 


2,829,421 


6,942,675 


14,704 


26 


634,474 


1.58 


22 


1963 


17,411,202 


2,965,213 


7,552,995 


14,323 


30 


580,373 


1.72 


22 


1964 


16,524,687 


3,013,307 


7,248,900 


13,584 


24 


688,529 


1.45 


22 


1965 


14,229,817 


2,611,189 


5,996,536 


11,839 


8 


1,778,727 


0.56 


21 


1966 


12,031,375 


2,662,558 


5,317,432 


9,621 


5 


2,406,275 


0.41 


21 


1967 


11,552,441 


3,335,557 


4,910,209 


7,828 


9 


1,283,605 


0.78 


21 



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U No accurate record previous to 1870. 
t No accurate record previous to 1894. 
% No accurate record previous to 1932. 

** In 1955 and subsequent years the production, employes, fatalities, etc., of deep mines 
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Number of 


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1-10-11-13-15 Blue Coal Corporation 

3-U-17- 18-19- 

23-26 Reading Anthracite Co. 

1-2-3-11-13- 

15-16-18-26 Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 

2-15 Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 

11 Glen Nan Coal Co., Inc. 

2 Greenwood Stripping Corporation 
12-20 Gangloff Brothers 

13-15 George Racho 

3 Kerris & Helfrick, Inc. 
2-15. Honeybrook Mines, Inc. 

1 Carbondale Coal Co., Inc. 
20 State Coal Co., Inc. 
18-19-21 Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 
26 B-D Mining Co. 

3-26 Capparell Stripping & Construction Co. 

Gilberton Coal Co. 

2-15 George Huss 

13 Popple Coal Sales Co., Raymond 

1-13-19 Scranton Excavating Co. 

30 Mercury Coal Co., Inc. 

18 Mar Strip & Excavating Co. 

U-16 Kocher Coal Co., Leon E. 

3 Sanchez Construction Co. 

16 Bush Coal Co. 

18 William Schickram 

3-17-2U-26-28 Split Vein Coal Co., Inc. 

18 Correale Construction Co. 

2 Gowen Coal Co. 
3-2U Rosini Coal Co. 

15 Coleby Coal Co., Inc. 

15 Pollock, Inc., Ken 



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REPORT OF 

OIL AND GAS 

DIVISION 



116 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 

ANNUAL REPORT 1967 

INCLUDES ONLY WELLS COVERED BY OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION LAW 
EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 25, 1961 



Drilling Permits Issued 
Cancellations as of end 1967 
Effective Permits 



1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 TOTAL 

19 69 94 98 46 62 25 413 

4 11 14 5 9 2 45 

19 65 83 84 41 53 23 368 



Completion Report Filing Status 

P E R M I T S 

1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 TOTAL 

Reports Received as of end 1966 18 65 82 78 39 30 - 312 

During 1967 2 - 22 16 40 

Unreported as of end 1967 1 1 4 2 1 7 16 



Well Record Information 



1961 Permits 

1962 Permits 

1963 Permits 

1964 Permits 

1965 Permits 

1966 Permits 

1967 Permits 



(*) Includes wells productive of both oil and gas: 1-1963 Permit: 3-1964 Permits. 

Note: Wells having been projected to depths controlled by Oil and Gas Conservation Law, and 
not having reached such formations, together with wells having penetrated formations 
covered by the Conservation Law and found to be unproductive at such depths, thence 
plugged back to produce gas from shallow depths not covered by the Law, are considered 
for Commission purposes to be dry. 



WILDCAT WELLS 


FIELD WELLS 


TOTAL 


WELLS 


Gas 


Dry 


Gas 


Dry 


Gas 


Dry 


1 


11 


4 


2 


5 


13 


8 


27 


23 


7 


31 


34 


16 


17 


37 


12 


53* 


29 


5 


25 


43 


7 


48* 


32 


6 


25 


5 


3 


11 


28 


5 


15 


30 


2 


35 


17 


1 


4 


8 


3 


9 


7 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



117 



Wells under Commission Jurisdiction 


















1961 
Permits 


1962 
Permits 


1963 
Permits 


1964 

Permits 


1965 
Permits 


1966 

Permits 


1967 
Permits 


Total 


Wells Reported Productive 


5 


31 


53 


48 


11 


35 


9 


192 


Dry Wells to be Plugged 


1 


1 


2 


1 


2 


- 


3 


10 


Active Wells Unreported 


J_ 


— 


J_ 


_4 


_2 


J_ 


_7 


16 




7 


32 


56 


53 


15 


36 


19 


218 


Less Productive Wells 
Produced and Plugged 


_s 


-2 


_6 


_2 


^ 


_^ 


_z 


11 




7 


29 


50 


51 


15 


36 


19 


207 


Number of Operators 



















By Year 

Cumulative (Since 9/25/61 
Effective Date of Law) 



1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 
12 22 24 24 18 18 7 



12 



26 



38 



4? 



52 



57 



57 



Temperature. Electric and Radioactivity Logs Filed 












1961 1962 1963 
Permits Permits Permits 


1964 
Permits 


1965 
Permits 


1966 

Permits 


1967 

Permits 


Total 


Number of Survey Logs 26 77 222 


234 


74 


85 


27 


745 


Number of Wells Surveyed 12 27 71 


78 


32 


24 


11 


255 


Statement of Income - 1967 













Drilling Permit Fees 25 Permits @ $25.00 each $ 625.00 

Spacing Order Application Fees 2 Applications @ $250 each 

Total Income $1,125.00 



118 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



PERMITS BY COUNTY (Cancellations Excluded) 





1961 


1962 


1963 


1964 


1965 


1966 


1967 


Armstrong 


- 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


2 


1 


Beaver 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


Bedford 


- 


5 


10 


11 


3 


- 


- 


Blair 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


Bradford 


1 


- 


2 


- 


- 




- 


Cambria 


- 


2 


- 


- 


2 




2 


Cameron 


3 


u 


1 


2 


1 


- 


- 


Carbon 


_ 


1 


- 


1 


_ 


- 


- 


Center 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


Clarion 


- 


- 


1 


3 


1 




- 


Clearfield 


2 


6 


4 


4 


1 


- 


- 


Clinton 


_ 


1 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 


Crawford 


- 


2 


25 


43 


4 




- 


ELk 


1 


3 


1 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


Erie 


- 


2 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


Fayette 


2 


2 


1 


2 


1 




1 


Fulton 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


Greene 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Indiana 


- 


5 


17 


1 


2 




1 


Jefferson 


- 


- 


1 


- 


7 


34 


13 


Juniata 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


Lawrence 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


Lycoming 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


McKean 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


Mercer 


_ 


1 


2 


2 


1 


2 


1 


Monroe 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Northumberland 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Potter 


1 


8 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


Somerset 


1 


3 


1 


1 


1 


3 


- 


Tioga 


2 


1 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


Warren 


1 


- 


1 


1 


2 


- 


- 


Washington 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


1 


1 


Wayne 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


Westmoreland 


_1 


J_ 


12 


_7 


Jl 


_2 


_1 


Number of Wells 


19 


65 


83 


84 


41 


53 


23 


Number of Counties 
















By Year 


13 


18 


18 


18 


23 


14 


8 


Cumulative 




22 


26 


28 


31 


32 


32 



119 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



PRODUCTIVE WELLS BY COUNTY (Excludes wells produced, depleted and plugged) 



1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 

PERMITS PERMITS PERMITS PERMITS PERMITS PERMITS PERMITS 



Armstrong _____ 

Beaver _____ 

Bedford _ 4. 9 6 - 

Blair _____ 

Bradford _____ 

Cambria 2 

Cameron 2 11 

Carbon - 

Center _____ 

Clarion - 1 1 

Clearfield 1112- 

Clinton _____ 

Crawford - 2 19 32 

Elk 1 2 

Erie _____ 

Fayette 1-11- 

Fulton _____ 

Greene - 

Indiana - - 7 - 1 

Jefferson 6 

Juniata _ _ _ _ _ 

Lawrence _____ 

Lycoming _____ 

McKean _____ 

Mercer - - 1 1 1 

Monroe - 

Northumberland _____ 

Potter 5 

Somerset _____ 

Tioga _____ 

Warren _____ 

Washington _____ 

Wayne 

Westmoreland - 



J> 


_8 


_i 


J_ 


_! 


28 


U7 


46 


11 


35 



120 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 

The Commissioners serve without compensation other than traveling 
and other necessary expenses. 

The following are members of the Board of Commissioners: 

Honorable H. B. Charmbury 

Department of Mines and Mineral Industries Serving by Statute 

J. R. Wylie, Jr., Chairman* Representing Major Non-Utility Gas 

Charles E. McGinnis* " Major Oil 

William E. Snee " Independent Gas 

Harold J. Magner " Independent Oil or Gas 

Charles P. Duncan, Jr. " Major Utility Gas 

Quentin E. Wood " Independent Oil 

W. Roy Cunningham, Deputy Secretary, Oil and Gas Division, has 
served as a Commissioner, having represented Honorable H. B. Charmbury at 
the Commission meetings and hearings when Dr. Charmbury has been unable to 
be present. 

Leon Ehrlich, Deputy Attorney General, and Edward S. Martin, Esquire 
have served as Legal Advisors to the Commission. 

Robert J. Hartman is Secretary of the Commission. 

MEETINGS OF COMMISSIONERS 

During 1967 the Board of Commissioners held 12 meetings to consider 
the administrative affairs of the Commission, conducted two public hearings 
and one continued hearing, entered two spacing orders modifying a previous 
spacing order, and held many informal conferences among themselves on the 
special problems of the Commission. 



Elected December 18, 1967, to serve for the calendar year 1968, succeeding 
Charles P. Duncan, Jr., Chairman, and J. R. Wylie, Jr., Vice Chairman. 



121 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



Spacing and Integration Orders 

During 1967, upon proper applications, notices, and hearings, the Commission 
entered Spacing Orders No. 7-A and No. 7-B, each extending the area controlled by 
Spacing Order No. 7, and each approving a unit in the Rager Mountain Pool, Cambria 
County, Pennsylvania. 

As of the end of 1967, there were 30,495 acres subject to Spacing Order 
control within the Commonwealth. 



NAME OF POOL 
COUNTIES 
DISCOVER! DATE 


SPACING 

ORDER 

AREA 


SPECIFIC 

UNIT 

ESTABLISHED 


Five Forks 

Bedford 

6-16-62 


3,105 
acres 


7 units averaging 
449 acres, but two 
wells were drilled 
on each of two units 
making the average 
345 acres per well 


Artemas 
Bedford 
6-29-63 


3,378 
acres 


12 units averaging 
282 acres 


Blairsville 
Westmoreland 
& Indiana 
11-1-62 


6,4.00 
acres 




Murrysville 
Westmoreland 
& Allegheny 


7,600 
acres 


2 units 

602 acres, and 

604 acres 


Somerset 
Somerset 
1 -22-6^ 


2,550 
acres 


4 units averaging 
637j- acres 


Rager Mountain 

Cambria 

1-19-65 


7,462 
acres 


4 units averaging 
659 acres 



MINIMUM 

DISTANCE DISTANCE 

BETWEEN FROM UNIT MINIMUM 

WELLS BOUNDARY UNIT 



2500' 



2500' 



3000' 



600' 



650' 



660' 



4000' 1400' 



3000' 



3500' 



1000' 



Specific 

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designated 



Specific 

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600 acres 



Specific 

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(750 acres 
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TABLE # 8 



SUMMARY BY COUNTIES AND COMPANIES OF PILLAR PERMITS ISSUED 
JANUARY - DECEMBER, 1967 



COMPANY "2 ^.2£o>g£co TOTAL 

bO-P Q)fnJ-lCct)(U-H6 



Allegheny Pittsburgh Coal Company 3 - - - ___ __ _ 3 

Allegheny River Mining Company -2 - - ___ __ _ 2 

Bethlehem Mines Corporation -- - - ___ _ 4 -4 

Canterbury Coal Company -7 - - ___ __ _ 7 

Chestnut Ridge Mining Company -- - - - 1 __ _i 

Doverspike Brothers Coal Co., Inc. -- - - ___ 2 - -2 

Eastern Associated Coal Corporation -- - - ___ __ j_ j_ 

F. & E. Coal Company, Inc. -2 - - ___ __ _ 2 

Freedom Mining Company, Inc. -_____]_ __? 

Gateway Coal Company -- - _ _ 5 _ __ _ r 

Glen Irvan Corporation -- - _ 3 _ _ __ _ 3 

Harmar Coal Company 5 - _ _ ___ __ _ r 

Harmon Coal Corporation -1 - _ ___ __ _-|_ 

Imperial Coal Corporation - _ _ __2 -- -2 

Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation -- - - -1- _ a _ 5 

Kennedy Coal Company - _ _ ___ ± n 

Leechburg Mining Company _ 4 _ _ ___ 

Markle-Bullers Coal Company -- - _ ___ 2- -2 

Mathies Coal Company _ _ _ ___ -14 -14 

Molnar Coal Mining Company, Inc. -- - - -1- _ _i 

National Mines Corporation -- _ _ _2- 

Peles Brothers Coal Company -----_]___ -i 

Pennsylvania Coal and Coke - - _ i ___ 

Division of Colt Industries, Inc. 

Pittsburgh Coal Company --------12 12 

Republic Steel Corporation 14-16 - - _ - 30 

Robin Coal Company - 1 - - _ _ _ -, 

Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal Co. 114 - - ___ __ I 15 

Smith Coal Company, George F. - 1 - - _ _ _ T 

Tunnelton Mining Company -_ _ _ ___ 

Union Carbide Corporation -_ 7 

Mining and Metals Division 

United Industries, Inc. -----__i 

United States Steel Corporation -- - _ -23- *■ 9 - ^2 



TOTAL 23 32 23 1 3 32 5 7 43 3 172 



DIRECTORY 



146 



COMMONWEALTH of Pennsylvania 

DEPARTMENT OF MINfcS AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE 



Zip 
Code 



Area 

Code Phone No. 



Dr. H. Beecher Charmbury 
Secretary- 



Mrs. M. B. Gutshall 
Ex. Deputy Secretary 



Ralph Lambert 
Chief Engineer 

Leon Ehrlich 
Deputy Atty Gen'l 



J. Wes Blakely 
Infor. Specialist 



Home: 



Office: 
Home: 



Home: 



Ralph J. Down, Director 
Admin. Services Home: 

C. J. Goetz, Ass't Director 
Admin. Services 

Nick Monatesti 
Personnel Supervisor 

Jos. Unitis, Budget Analyst 

Nick Laukaitis 
Procurement Officer 

Edward Durkin, Comptroller 

Catherine Miles 
Statistical Supervisor 



Dr. David R. Maneval 
Director He 



Carl Peterson 
Director 



Chester Gormley 
Director 



Home: 



Home: 



Towne House Apt. 
660 Boas Street 

222 East Irvin Avenue 


Harrisburg 
State College 


17102 
16801 


717 
81U 


787-U6e6 
787-U687 
787-U688 
237-U726 


Towne House Apt. 
660 Boas Street 

2958 Lincoln Street 


Harrisburg 
Camp Hill 


17102 
17011 


717 
717 


787-U686 
787-U687 
787-U688 
737-9895 


Towne House Apt. 
3330 Highland Street 


Harrisburg 
Allentown 


17102 
1810U 


717 
215 


787-U805 
395-U585 


Towne House Apt. 
116 N. Sixth Street 
lllli Reading Blvd. 


Harrisburg 

Reading 

Wyomissing 


17102 
19601 
19610 


717 
215 

215 


787-505U 
376-1525 
372-lUlii 


Towne House 
580 Rupley ] 


Apt. 
load 


Harrisburg 
Camp Hill 


17102 
17011 


717 
717 


787-U617 
232-0330 


Towne House Apt. 
500 Echo Road 


Harrisburg 
Camp Hill 


17102 
17011 


717 
717 


787-5U15 
236-5287 


Towne House 


Apt. 


Harrisburg 


17102 


717 


787-6287 


Towne House 


Apt. 


Harrisburg 


17102 


717 


787-3197 


Towne House 


Apt. 


Harrisburg 


17102 


717 


787-5U85 


Towne House 


Apt. 


Harrisburg 


17102 


717 


787-2U71 


Towne House 


Apt. 


Harrisburg 


17102 


717 


787-5953 


Towne House 


Apt. 


Harrisburg 


17102 


717 


787-U876 


BUREAU OF 


RESEARCH j 


MID DEVELOPMENT 


17102 
16801 


717 
81U 




Towne House Apt. 
1867 North Oak Lane 


Harrisburg 
State College 


787-510U 
238-0977 


APPALACHIA : 


PROGRAM 








Towne House Apt. 

153 West Maple Avenue 


Harrisburg 
Hershey 


17102 
17033 


717 
717 


787-U315 
533-9037 


COAL MINE 


SUBSIDENCE 


INSURANCE FUND 









Towne House Apt. 
36U1 Brisban Street 



Harrisburg 

Harrisburg 



17102 
17111 



717 787-5565 
717 56U-2777 



R. J. Hartman, Secretary 



W. Roy Cunningham 
Deputy Secretary 



Home: 



Dis- 
trict 

1 

2 

3 

t| 

5 

6 

7 



Charles C . Songer 
Howard W. Martin 
Charles E. Baldwin 
Wm. J. Burns, Jr. 
Charles F. Straub 
Richard F. Walther 
William E. Sleeman 
Charles Updegraff 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION C0?"IISSI0N 

1708 Benedum Trees Bldg. Pittsburgh 

OIL AND GAS DIVISION 

1205 State Office Bldg. Pittsburgh 

919 Harlan Avenue Johnstown 

Oil and Gas Inspectors 

P. 0. Box 277 Pittsfield 

321 N. Eighth Street Indiana 

P. 0. Box 26 Washington 

335 No. Barnett Street Brookville 

U08 No. Main St., Box lhl Coudersport 

630. South-view Drive Pittsburgh 

R. D. 5 Butler 

Port Allegany Road Coudersport 



15222 U12 565-5392 



15222 
15905 



163UO 
15701 
15301 
15825 
16915 
15226 
16001 
16915 



U12 

81U 



811 
U12 
U12 
8lU 
81U 
U12 
U12 
81U 



565-5075 
299-2812 



563-7853 
U63-0590 
222-3295 
8U9-2UU5 
27U-88UO 
563-3656 
287-1210 
27U-9196 



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Gordon E. Smith 
Deputy Secretary 



H. R. Reese, Director 

Deep Mine Safety Home: 

Rodger J. Howell, Director 
Bureau of Engr. Home: 

Roy Unger, Office Mgr. 
Pottsville 

John Harris, Office Mgr. 
Wilkes -Bar re 



ANTHRACITE DIVISION 

Motor Contracts Corp. Bldg. 

Rm. 2A - 108 S. Claude A. Pottsville 

Lord Boulevard 
161 Avenue »C" Schuylkill Hav< 

Motor Contracts Corp. Bldg. Pottsville 
R. D. 1, Box 1U6 Elysburg 



90 East Union Street 
U17 W. Atherton Avenue 



Wilkes-Barre 
Taylor 



Motor Contracts Corp. Bldg. Pottsville 



90 E. Union Street 



Wilkes-Barre 



Zip 

Code 


Area 
de 


: \. IV.- '.'. . 


17901 


717 


622-1110 


17972 


717 


385-0023 


17901 
1782U 


717 
717 


622-1110 

672-2853 


18701 
18^17 


717 
717 


822-9150 
562-1660 


17901 


717 


622-1110 


18701 


717 


822-9150 



ANTHRACITE CONSERVATION AND RECLAMATION 



Wesley I. Stonebraker 


Motor Contracts Corp. Bldg 


;. Pottsville 


17901 


717 


622-1110 


Home: 


3117 Yale Avenue 


Camp Hill 


17011 


717 


761-1751 




COAL MINE SUBSIDENCE INSURANCE FUND 








Harold Alleman, Manager 


90 East Union Street 


Wilkes-Barre 


18701 


717 


82U-9871 


Dis- 


Anthracite Mine Inspectors 








trict 












1 T. M. Beaney* 


366 Monument Avenue 


Wyoming 


186W* 


717 


693-0222 


2 R. 0. Schneiders 


216 North Ninth Street 


Ashland 


17921 


717 


875-1861 


3 J. R. Ruane* 


928 No. Washington Street 


Shamokin 


17872 


717 


6U8-0262 


k Walter Davis* 


1900 West End Avenue 


Pottsville 


17901 


717 


622-U107 


10 W. A. Sanders 


R. D. 2 


Dalton 


18U1U 


717 


563-19U5 


11 G. F. Kettle 


1318 Wyoming Avenue 


Forty Fort 


I870U 


717 


288-6351 


12 G. R. Sterling 


Community Square 


Buck Run 


17926 


717 


5Ul*-5262 


13 W. R. Devens 


38 Butler Street 


Forty Fort 


1870U 


717 


287-U576 


15 A. A. Joyce 


317 S. Maple Street 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


717 


339-051U 


16 F. C. O'Connor 


R. D. 2, Box 370 


Pottsville 


17901 


717 


5UU-2573 


17 C. E. Kashner 


90U West Spruce Street 


Shamokin 


17872 


717 


618-3792 


18 J. J. Shober, Jr. 


6U East Railroad Street 


Nesquehoning 


182UO 


717 


669-60U8 


19 A. J. Latz 


9 West Phillips Street 


C oaldale 


18218 


717 


6U5-5727 


20 A. E. Hand, Acting 




Hegins 


17938 


717 


682-328U 


21 C. E. Miller 




Muir 


17957 


717 


6U7-9239 


23 G. P. Gallagher 


103 East Arch Street 


Shamokin 


17872 


717 


6U8-3887 


2U A. E. Hand 




Hegins 


17938 


717 


682-328U 


26 P. P. Hino 


108 East Mahanoy Street 


Mahanoy City 


179U8 


717 


773-369U 


28 Leon Brass 


107 South Walnut Street 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


717 


339-U152 


29 H. R. Reese 


R. D. 1, Box 1U6 


Elysburg 


1782U 


717 


672-2853 


30 W. D. Maurer 


25 Vaux Avenue 


Tremont 


17981 


717 


695-3672 




Electrical Inspectors 








Michael J. Polinko 


1211 Chestnut Street 


Kulpmont 


1783U 


717 


373-9UJU9 


Donald Sandherr 


U02 Fleet Street 


Pottsville 


17901 


717 


622-U955 


William Buggy 


829 West Independent St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


717 


6U8-0356 




Waste Disposal Investigators 


18603 


717 




John H. Bowman 


1715 North Vine Street 


Berwick 


752-388U 


John J. Lavix 


Ult Union Street 


Hudson 


18705 


717 


823-Ui07 


Albert Lipperini 


117 Parsonage Street 


Pittston 


186UO 


717 


65U-6163 


George Berger 


U2U Spring Street 


Frackville 


17931 


717 


87U-1132 




Mine Rescue & First Aid 








Charles W. Jones 


231 West Main Street 


Girardville 


17935 


717 


276-6353 


Stephen Matsick 


617 East Patterson Street 


Lansford 


18232 


717 


6U5-U256 



# Anthracite Strip Mine Inspectors. 



148 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 





ANTHRACITE OPERATORS - YEAR 1967 






Dis- 










Zip 


trict 


Operator 


General Manager 


Address 


Code 


18 


A. & D. Coal Co. DM 


A. Androkitis 


310 Elizabeth St. 


Tamaqua 


18252 


26 


A. D. & G. Coal Co. DM 


J. Alemeda 


P. 0. Box 293 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


12 


A. & J. Coal Co. DM 


A. Drebitko 


West West Terrace 


Pottsville 


181*52 


12 


A. & P. Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Reho 


130 W. Broad St. 


Williams town 17098 


10 


Ace Anthracite, Inc. B bk 


J. Pasternak 


1*19 Center Street 


Taylor 


18517 


10 


Ace Coal Co. B 


L. Simoncelli 


300 Main Street 


Blake ly 


18512 


21* 


Ace Coal Sales BP 


Walter Mudry 


13li9 Chestnut St. 


Kulpmont 


17851 


12 


Acme Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Reho 


130 W. Broad St. 


Williams town 17098 


1 


Airport Sand k Gravel Co. S 


Frank Sgarlet 


Swetland Avenue 


Wyoming 


18702 


28 


Alarcon Coal Co. DM 


Frank Alarcon 


1*02 Melrose St. 


Keiser 


17832 


26 


Alessi Coal Co. DM 


Natale Alessi 


722 E. Railroad St 


.Mahanoy City 11 


23 


Al-Mar-Coal Co. DM 


Albert Deitz 


1*36 W. Third St. 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


1 


Altieri & Benzeleski S 


John Vitali 


1*31* Phelps Street 


Scranton 


18509 


16 


Anspach & Umbenhauer DM 


Fred Anspach 


R. D. 1 


Pine Grove 


17963 


h 


Anthracite Fine Coals, Inc. S 


R. E. Doebler 




Tremont 


17981 


15 


Archer Coal Co. B 


G. M. Seiler 


109 E. First St. 


Hazleton 


18201 


26 


Ashland Community Enterprises DM 


E. R. Ermert 


702 Center Street 


Ashland 


17921 


20 


B. & B. Coal Co. DM 


A. Bielarski 


37 Big Mine Run 


Ashland 


17921 


23 


B. & B. Coal Co. DM 


N. Anascavage 


931 Tharp Street 


Shamokin 


17872 


28 


B. & B. Coal Co. DM 


Frank Barella 


51*0 W. Third St. 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


16 


B. & C. Coal Co. DM 


Willard Clark 




Valley View 


17983 


26 


B-D Mining Co. W bk 


G.. A. Schnee 




Gilberton 


17931* 


17 


B. & E. Coal Co. DM 


David Ernest 


61*3 Center Street 


Shamokin 


17872 


21 


B. & H. Coal Co. DM 


Eugene Hawk 


R. D. 3 


Pine Grove 


17963 


16 


B. & M. Coal Co. DM 


Wayne Moyer 




Valley View 


17983 


18 


B. k N. Coal Co. BP 


Daniel Koury 


1038 Laurel Street 


, Pottsville 


181*52 


12 


B. & P. Coal Co. DM 


W. D. Showers 


W. Market Street 


Williams towr 


1 17098 


23 


B. & S. Coal Co. DM 


Leo Bloscovich 


1121* W. Montgomery 


Shamokin 


17872 


17 


Bank Coal Co. DM 


Harold Weikel 


21* S. Sixth Street Shamokin 


17872 


22j 


Bar-Mac Coal Co., Inc. BP 


Charles Greco 


Box 1*12 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


11-13 


Bartoli Construction Co. bk 


Eugene Bartoli 


559 E. Northampton 


. Wilkes-Barre 18702 


18 


Bear Ridge Coal Co. DM 


Peter Smertsky 


125 N. l*th Street 


Frackville 


17931 


15 


Beaverbrook Coal Co., Inc. BP 


George Huss 


W. Main Street 


Ring town 


17967 


h 


Bell Coal Co. S 


A. Kovalchick 


Box 251 


Brockton 


17925 


28 


Bell Coal Co. DM 


Michael Stasik 


551 Market Street 


Trevorton 


17881 


U-18 


Bernitsky Brothers Coal Co. S DM 


J. J. Bernitsky 


17 Water Street 


New Phi la. 


17959 


18 


Bernitsky & Stenulis Partnership 


DMGeorge Stenulis 


17 Water Street 


New Phi la. 


17959 


15 


Big Buck Coal Co. B DM 


Edward Kalinovich 


37 Main Street 


Freeland 


18221* 


19 


Big Hill Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Zukowski 




Minersville 


17951* 


26 


Blaschak Brothers Coal Co. B DM 


John Blaschak 


St. Nicholas 


Mahanoy City 1791*8 


1 


Bliss Coal Co. S 


Carl Bliss 


P. 0. Box 3l*5 


Mildred 


18632 


1* 
1-10-11- 
13-15 


Blue Bell Enterprises, Inc. S 


J. W. Butcavage 


720 Lytle Street 


Minersville 


17951* 


Blue Coal Corporation B S bk DM 


D. H. Thomas 


101 S. Main Street Ashley 


18706 


30 


Bloch Brothers Coal Co. DM 


Harold Bloch 


R. D. 2 


Hegins 


17938 


19 


Bosack Coal Co. DM 


Frank Bosack, Jr. 


R. D. 2, Box 788 


Pottsville 


17901 


26 


Bo tell a Coal Co., James bk 


J. J. Botella 


117 William Street 


, Girardville 


17935 


30 


Bowman & Coleman Coal Co. DM 


Henry Bowman 




Sacramento 


17968 


20 


Bridy Coal Co. DM 


Gilbert Bridy 


Box 192s, R. D. 1 


Shamokin 


17872 


3-20-23 


Bridy, Incorporated bk S DM 


Edward Bridy 


237 W. Girard St. 


Atlas 


17811 


26 


Brokenshire & Co. DM 


G. Brokenshire 


R. D. 


Mahanoy City 179W 


■ 2 


Brook Contracting Corp. S 


George Racho 


127 W. Noble St. 


Hazleton 


18201 


17 


Bruno & Peifer Coal Co. DM 


John Bruno 


811 Market Street 


Trevorton 


17881 


18 


Bubel Coal Co. DM 


Michael Bubel 


P. 0. Box 129 


Brockton 


17925 


18 


Bubel Mining Co., Inc. DM 


Michael Bubel 


P. 0. Box 129 


Brockton 


17925 


3 


Buck Coal Co. S 


John Miller 


1*27 West Avenue 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


15 


Buckley Coal Corp. BP 


Norman James 




Ringtown 


17967 


20 


Burnrite Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Zukus 


577 W. Girard St. 


Atlas 


17811 


16 


Bush Coal Co. DM 


Earl Bush 


ll*0l* E. Grand Ave. 


Tower City 


17980 


11-13 


C.B.M. Coal Co. bk 


Eugene Bartoli 


^59 E. Northampton 


i Wilkes-Barre 18702 


k-19 


C.L.S. Coal Co. S 


David J. Roderick 


172 S. Wyoming St. 


Hazleton 


18201 


1 


C. & S. Excavating Co. S 


Peter Corazzi 


101 E. Drinker St. 


Dunmore 


18512 


29 


Cains Coal Co. B 


Edward J. Cain 


11*12 West Lynn St. 


Shamokin 


17872 



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General Manager 


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Code 


26 


Capparell Coal Co., Inc. B 


Martin Capparell 


136 E. 5th Street 


Hazleton 


. - 


3-26 


Capparell Strip. & Const. Co. bk 


S Martin Capparell 


136 E. 5th Street 


Hazleton 


18201 


1 


Carbondale Coal Co. S 


John J. Gillen 


78 Cottage Street 


Carbonalde 


181*07 


19 


Cass Contracting Co. BP 


James V. Ryan 


R.D. 2, Box 360^ 


Pottsville 


17901 


23 


Chango Coal Co. DM 


Robert Pittelo 


201 S. Vine St. 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


17 


Chestnut Coal Co. DM 


Stephen Shingara 


R. D. 3 


Sunbury 


17801 


1 


Cicio Coal Co. S 


Michael Cicio 


601 Poplar St. 


Mayfield 


181*33 


16 


Clark Coal Co. DM 


Clark Maurer, Jr. 


1*11 E. Main St. 


Hegins 


17983 


2k 


Clay Coal Co. DM 


Leonard Rupp 


690 Bear Valley Av 


■.Pitman 


17961* 


10 


Coalbrook Iron & Metals bk 


J. C. Baumann 


P. 0. Box 205 


Carbondale 


181*07 


10 


Coalbrook Sales Co. bk 


J. C. Baumann 


P. 0. Box 5o5 


Carbondale 


181*07 


30 


Colket Coal Co. DM 


J. Messaros 


School Row 


Branch Dale 


17923 


15 


Coleby Coal Co., Inc. B bk 


Garfield A. Schnee 




Gilberton 


1793U 


3 


Conyngham Contracting Co., Inc. S 


W. J. Farley 


P. 0. Box 173 


Ashland 


17921 


18 


Correale Construction Co. bk 


G. M. Seiler 


109 E. 1st Street 


Hazleton 


18201 


19 


Coxe Coal Co. DM 


John Swinko 


80U W. Market St. 


Pottsville 


17901 


21* 


Czech Brothers Coal Co. DM 


Stanley Czech 


1038 W. Fern St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


18 


D. H. M. & C. Coal Co. DM 


Harry David 


R. D. 1 


Sch. Haven 


17972 


17 


D. H. & W. Coal Co. DM 


Kenneth Whitmer 


Box 70-A, R.D. 2 


Paxinos 


17860 


17 


D. & M. Coal Co. DM 


John McAnnaney 


Box 112 


Gowen City 


17828 


20 


D. R. Z. Coal Co. DM 


Ernest DiRenzo 


330 Melrose St. 


Reiser 


17832 


28 


D. & S. Coal Co. DM 


David Fedako 


1915 Race Street 


Ashland 


17921 


29 


D. V. ¥. Coal Co. DM 


John Davis 


309 S. Rock St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


2k 


D. & Z. Coal Co. BP 


Stanley Diminick 


P. 0. Box 351 


Shamokin 


17872 


19 


Dando Coal Co., F. P. DM 


F. P. Dando 


P. 0. Box 583 


Pottsville 


17901 


h 


Dando & Troup Coal Co. S 


David J. Dando 


117 S. 2nd St. 


Minersville 


17951* 


10 


DeAngelis, Inc. B 


J. C. Baumann 


P. 0. Box 905 


Carbondale 


181*07 


12 


Deeter Coal Co. DM 


Eugene Deeter 


R. D. 1 


Hegins 


17938 


21 


Dembinsky Coal Co. DM 


N. Dembinsky 




Minersville 


17951* 


20 


Diamond Coal Co. BP 


Jos. F. Greco 


P. 0. Box 1*12 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


26 


DiCassimirro Contracting Co. bk 


F. DiCassimirro 




Morea 


17955 


21* 


Diminick Coal Sales BP 


Valento Scicchitano 


P. 0. Box 132 


Paxinos 


17860 


19 


DiRenzo Coal Co. BP 


Dominick DiRenzo 


R. D. 2, Box 752 


Pottsville 


17901 


21* 


Dugan Coal Co. DM 


J. Leschinski 


1x56 S. Pearl St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


21, 


Duke Associates DM 


Joseph Duke 


1023 W. Willow St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


23 


Dunn Coal Co., Marlin DM 


Marlin Dunn 


808 E. Sunbury St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


13 


Duryea Coal Sales Co. B 


Arthur Tambur 


P. 0. Box 36 


Duryea 


1861*2 


26 


Dyszel Coal Co. DM 


M. Dyszel 


229 N. 2nd St. 


Girardville 


17935 


1 


E. & B. Coal Sales S 


Edwin Booth 


P. 0. Box 206 


Mildred 


18632 


28 


E. k T. Coal "Co. DM 


Pedro Ibanez 


lkk W. 3rd St. 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


21 


Echo Coal Co. B 


Larry Lucas 




Hegins 


17938 


2k 


Eldy Coal Co. DM 


William Lytle 


R. D. 2 


Shamokin 


1787? 


.12 


Elizabethville Coal Co. W bk 


Ronald Klinger 


P. 0. Box 117 


Elizabethvi] 


.Iel702; 


23 


Else Coal Co. DM 


Charles Else 


1321 Chestnut St. 


Kulpmont 


17831* 


20 


Ennis Coal Co. DM 


William Ennis 


7 W. Centre St. 


Ashland 


17921 


16 


Erdman Coal Co. DM 


Jay Erdman 




Valley View 


17983 


19 


F. & Z. Coal Co. DM 


Louis Fetterolf 


R. D. 1 


Ashland 


17921 


17 


Fairdeal Coal Co. DM 


Leon Shingara 


527 Bear Valley A? 


•.Shamokin 


17872 


21 


Falls Coal Co. DM 


Herman Stine 




Tremont 


17981 


18 


Farley Coal Co. DM 


J. N. Farley 


P. 0. Box 78 


Pottsville 


17901 


30 


Faust Coal' Co. DM 


Charles Faust 




Muir 


17957 


18 


Fauzio Coal Co. bk 


Joseph Fauzio 




Nesquehoning 1821*0 


18 


Fegley Brothers Coal Co. DM 


Leonard Fegley 


P. 0. Box 95 


Quakake 


1821*5 


17 


Fetterolf Coal Co. DM 


Harvey Fetterolf 


R. D. 1, Box 1*0 


Shamokin 


17872 


18 


Film Coal Co., Inc. bk 


G. M. Seiler 


P. 0. Box 12 


Middleport 


17953 


16 


Fireside Mining, Inc. DM 


James Schoff stall 


281 S. Main St. 


Pine Grove 


17938 


3 


Folger & Chapleski S 


Leonard Chapleski 


P. 0. Box 5 


Ranshaw 


17866 


26 


Forgo tsch Brothers Coal Co. DM 


Vincent Forgo tsch 


522 W. Mahanoy St. 


Mahanoy City 1791*8 


26 


F'.rsum Coal Co., Inc. DM 


Joseph Sluck 


P. 0. Box 395 


Gilberton 


17931* 


2k 


Four Partners Coal Co. DM 


John Vrona 


6ll* E. Sunbury St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


30 


Franklin Coal Co. BP 


Franklin Miller 




Ravine 


17966 


12 


Fronk, George B 


George Fronk 




Valley View 


17983 


26 


G. & B. Coal Co. DM 


T. Gaughen 


58 Oakland Street 


Ashland 


17921 


30 


G. & T. Coal Co. DM 


Malcolm Thompson 


235 W. Main Street 


, Tremont 


17981* 


23 


G. M. P. Coal Co. DM bk 


Albert Ge slock 


501 E. 7th Street 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


12-20 


Gangloff Brothers bk 


Gene Gangloff 




New Ringgold 17960 


28 


Garcia Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Garcia 


1053 Spruce Street 


, Kulpmont 


17831* 


17 


Gem Coal Co. No. 3 DM 


Clifford Artman 


Box 71-A, R. D. 1 


Shamokin 


17872 


3-26 


Gilberton Coal Co. B S 


Garfield A. Schnee 


P. 0. Box 1*23 


Gilberton 


17931* 


13 


Giovannini, Joseph bk 


Joseph Giovannini 


223 Sanovia Street 


. Exeter 


176M 
17851 


3-21* 


Glenn Brass Coal Co. bk S 


Glenn Brass 


129 West Avenue 


Mt. Carmel 



150 



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Operator 


General Manager 


Addre 


ss 


Code 


2k 


Glen Burn Colliery, Inc. B 


Joseph J. Parker 


P. 0. Box F 


Shamokin 


17872 


11 


Glen-Nan Coal Co., Inc. DM 


George H. Kienzle 




Wilkes-Barre 18702 


10 


Glenmore Colliery, Inc. bk B 


Joseph Costello 


P. 0. Box 106 


Dickson City 18519 


19 


Glenir Worth Coal Co. BP 


Carl L. Hoke 


2205 W. Market St. 


Pottsville 


17901 


3-21* 


Glosek Bros. Coal Sales, Inc. S BP Roman Glosek 


1310 W. Holly St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


11 


Glyon Coal Co., Inc. DM 


A. Ciarofoni 


232 Division St. 


Wilkes-Barre 18702 


16-21 


Good Spring Coal Co. DM 


Fred Lucas 


309 W. Main St. 


Tremont 


17981 


18 


Gorenty Coal Co. DM 


Earl Gorenty 


Walnut Street 


Middleport 


17953 


2-15 


Gowen Coal Co. B S 


Elmer Roth 




Fern Glen 


182U1 


16 


Green Coal Co. DM 


John Stahl 


R. D. 2 


Hegins 


17938 


18 


Greenwood Mining Co. BP 


Joseph Fauzio 


P. 0. Box 269 


Tamaqua 


18252 


2 


Greenwood Stripping Corp. S 


Joseph Fauzio 


One Venice St. 


Nesquehoning l82iiO 


21* 


Grego & Deitz Coal Co. DM 


Stanley Grego 


836 W. Spruce St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


15 


Greybosh Coal Co., Inc. BP 


A. Yenchick 


Hazleton Road 


Hazleton 


18201 


17 


Gudelunas Coal Co. DM 


Frank Gudelunas 


27 S. Spruce St. 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


17 


H. J. & H. Coal Co. BP 


Harry D. Reitz 


R. D. 1 


Milton 


178U7 


26 


H. M. B. & P. Coal Co. DM 


Charles Mitchell 


107 Reed Street 


Girardville 


17935 


19 


H. & P. Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Hudock 




Llewellyn 


179W* 


2U 


H. & S. Coal Co. DM 


Henry Heiser 


1U6 E Avenue 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


30 


H. & S. Coal Co. DM 


Robert Maurer 


R.D.I 


Hegins 


17938 


21 


Haas Coal Co. DM 


Lester Haas 




Pitman 


1796U 


19 


Halaburda Coal Co. DM 


Bernard Halaburda 


231 Wylan Street 


Frackville 


17931 


30 


Halderaan Coal Co. DM 


Adam Z. Haldeman 


R. D. 3 


Pine Grove 


17963 


20 


Hanks Coal Co. DM 


Henry Szymanski 


Shh W. 3rd Street 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


26 


Hard Top Coal Co., Inc. DM 


Joseph Sluck 


P. 0. Box 183 


Lost Creek 


179U6 


16 


Harman Coal Co. DM 


Clair Harman 




Valley View 


17983 


12 


Harner Coal Co. DM 


Alfred Harner 




Valley View 


17983 


16-21 


Hatter Coal Co. DM 


Jacque Hatter 




Hegins 


17983 


19-21 


Hegins Mining Co. DM 


William E. Carl 


521 E. Walnut St. 


Hegins 


17938 


20 


Hepler Coal Co. DM 


Charles Hepler 


1320 Scott Street 


Kulpmont 


1783U 


16 


Herb & Reed Coal Co. DM 


Harry L. Reed 




Tower City 


17980 


21 


Herring Brothers Coal Co. DM 


Lester Herring 


R. D. 2 


Pine Grove 


17963 


16 


Hi-Test Coal Co. DM 


Kenneth Curran 


Goodspring 3 


Tremont 


17981 


2-15 


Honeybrook Mines, Inc. B S 


George Seiler 


109 E. 1st Street 


Hazleton 


18201 


2l* 


Hoover Mining Co. BP 


George Hoover 


118 N. 6th Street 


Sunbury 


17801 


12 


Hornberger Coal Co. BP 


Charles Hornberger 


P. 0. Box 320 


Ashland 


17921 


19 


Horvath Partnership DM 


Harry David 


R. D. 1 


Sch. Haven 


17972 


13 


Houston City, Inc. bk 


T. Haddock 


P. 0. Box 36 


Avoca 


1861a 


3 


Howells, T.S. & Olaf Strip. Co. S, 


. Stanley Olaf 


LU75 Scott Street 


Kulpmont 


1783U 


2-15 


Huss, George W S bk 


George Huss 


W. Main Street 


Ringtown 


17967 


19-21-30 


Industrial Coal Sales Co. BP DM 


Robert E. Doebler 




Tremont 


17981 


16 


J. & C. Coal Co., Inc. DM 


Jos. Walacavage 


R. D. 1 


Pottsville 


17901 


18 


J. & E. Coal Co. BP 


Edward P. Patrick 


R. D. 3 


Tamaqua 


18252 


2-15 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. B S bk 


Frank Moran 


800 Exeter Ave. 


W. Pittston 


1861^0 


3 


Jet Coal Co. S 


John Menapace 


P. 0. Box UU3 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


26 


K. & C. Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Kroh 


18 E. Mahanoy Ave. 


Girardville 


17935 


21* 


K. & D. Coal Co. BP 


Albert Kopenhaver 


Box 1|15 


Shamokin 


17872 


26 


K. & J. Coal Co. bk 


Leon Jurgill 


709 N. Paxton St. 


Centralia 


17927 


28 


K. & K. Coal Co. DM 


George Kastroba 


R.D. 2, Cole Run 


Shamokin 


17872 


29 


K. K. & E. Coal Co. DM 


Robert Kabonick 


821 W. Mulberry St.Shamokin 


17872 


18 


K. M. & F. Coal Service BP 


Howard Fees 


Washington Street 


Middleport 


17953 


19 


K. & P. Coal Co. DM 


Charles Kiertekles 


P. 0. Box 296 


Minersville 


1795U 


21 


K. S. & F. Coal Co. DM 


Melvin Kroh 


R. D. 2 


Hegins 


17983 


20 


K. & Z. Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Zack 


757 Tioga Street 


Shamokin 


17872 


20 


Kaleta Coal Co. DM 


James Kaleta 


Box 2 29- A 


Shamokin 


17872 


2-15 


Kassa Coal Co. DM S 


Nicholas Kassa 


322 Simpson St. 


Dupont 


1861a 


16 


Keffers Coal Co. DM 


Robert Barder 




Valley View 


17983 


U-12-26 


Kerrigan Coal Co., Inc. BP ¥ bk S 


Paul Kerrigan 


3rd & Chestnut St. 


Frackville 


17931 


3 


Kerris & Helfrick, Inc. S 


Edward Helfrick 


Lehigh & Poplar St.Mt. Carmel 


17851 


28 


Kerstetter Coal Co. DM 


Lamar Kerstetter 


R. D. 1 


Shamokin 


17872 


12 


Kintzel Bros. Coal Co. DM 


Nathan Kintzel 


R. D. 2 


Pine Grove 


17963 


18 


Klimas Coal Co. DM 


Albert KLimas 


31 Clay Street 


New Phila. 


17959 


21 


KLinger Coal Co. DM 


Earl KLinger 


R. D. 2 


Hegins 


17938 


19 


Koch Coal Co. DM 


Floyd Koch 


R. D. 2 


Sch. Haven 


17972 


U-16 


Kocher Coal Co., Leon E. BP S 


R. W. Rissinger 




Valley View 


17983 


21 


Koons Coal Co., Marcus DM 


Junior Harner 




Tremont 


17981 


12 


Koppenhaver Coal Co. DM 


Howard Koppenhaver 


203 W. Laurel St. 


Tremont 


17981 


1* 


Krell Coal Co., Philip S 


Philip Krell 


R. D. 3 


Tamaqua 


18252 


18 


Kristoff Coal Co. DM 


George Kristoff 




Mary D 


17952 


21 


L. E. H. Mining Co. DM 


Howard Renninger 


111 High Street 


Pine Grove 


17963 
; 18702 


11 


L. J.B., Inc. bk 


Arnold Biscontini 


St. Mary's Road 


Wilkes-Barr< 



151 



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28" L. & M. Coal Co. EM 

13 Laflin Heights Coal Co. bk 

12 Lahr Coal Co. EM 

18 Lanscoal Mining Co., Inc. EM 
12 Last Chance Coal Co. EM 

15 Lech Coal Co. bk 

15 Lee Mining Co., Inc., J.F. EM 

16 Legal Coal Co. BP 
1-2-3-11- Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 
13-15-16-18-26 BP B bk S 

12 Lehman Coal Co., Mervin EM 

19 Live Oak Coal Co. BP 

26 Locust Valley Coal Co., Inc. B bk 

23 Lone Pine Coal Co. EM 

Long Coal Co., Millard 5 

28 Lotus Coal Co. EM 

21* Lower Region Colliery W 

21* Lytle Brothers Coal Co. EM 

12 M. A. D. Coal Co. DM 

17 M. & C. Coal Co. DM 

19 M. & N. Coal Co. EM 

20 M. & P. Coal Co. bk 

20 M. & S. Coal Co. DM 

21 M. & W. Coal Co. DM 

20 M. & W. Coal Co. DM 

21 M. W. S. Coal Co. DM 

12 Mace Coal Co., James DM 

16 Madenford Coal Co. EM 

26 Maksimik Coal Co. bk 

26 Malho Coal Co. B 

18-19-21 Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. W bk 

16 Marby Coal Co., Inc. EM 

12 Marchuk & Sons Coal Co. DM 
15 Marko Coal Co. DM 

26 Marion Mining Co., Inc. B EM 

18 Mar Strip & Excavating Co. bk 

17 Marquette Coal Co. DM 

19 Martin Enterprises EM 

13 Martinelli Coal Co.,Mathew bk 
10 Matisko Coal Co. B bk 

28 Maurer Coal Co., Paul F. DM 

28 Mayton Brothers Coal Co. DM 
15 Mazaika Brothers Coal Co. BP 

2 Meadow Coal & Excavating Co. S 

12 Meadowbrook Coal Co. W bk 
1-13 Meg Coal Co. S bk 

30 Mercury Coal Co., Inc. DM 

26 Mickey Coal Co. EM 

21 Miller Coal Co. EM 

19 Minersville Coal Co., Inc. BP 

13 Moffat Coal Co., Inc. DM 

13 Moffat Premium Anthracite, Inc. B 

17 Moore Coal Co. DM 

20 Morack Coal Co. DM 

29 Motto Partnership EM 
13 Mountain Coal Co. DM 

18 Mountain Side Coal Co. BP 

21 Mountain Top Coal Co. DM 
28 Mountain View Coal Co. EM 

15 McAdoo Mining Co. DM 
17 N. & L. Coal Co., Inc. DM 
13 N. & R. Coal Co. bk 

21 Neumeister Coal Co., James EM 

16 Ney & Lehman Coal Co. EM 
28 No. 1 Coal Mine EM 

12 No. 1* Coal Co. EM 

1* North East Mining Co. S 

3 North Line Coal Co. S 

1 Northwest Mining Co., Inc. S 

30 Oakwood Coal Co., Inc. BP 

19 Old Mill Coal Yard BP 



General Manager 



Zip 
Code 



Lambert Reber 
Louis Falzone 
Marlin Lahr 
Stephen Karabinos 
Wilbur White 
Stanley Lech 
Joseph F. Lee 
Kenneth Curran 
Henry Ventre 

Mervin Lehman 
Peter Laychock, Jr. 
H. Yudecufski 
Jerome Zupicich 
Millard Long 
Thomas Anzulovich 
Leonard ChapleskL 
William Lytle, Jr. 
Alvin Morgan 
Osborne Cressinger 
Michael Olenick 
Frank Moncavage 
Allen Shoffler 
George Motter 
W. H. Brennan 
Palmer Mervine 
Russell Kerstetter 
George Madenford 
S. Maksimik 
M. Malho 
Kenneth Heiser 
Charles Thomas 
Stephen Marchuk 
J. J. Markosky 
M. A. Raczkowski 
Joseph Mariner 
Darwin Marquette 
Charles Martin 
Mathew Martinelli 
John Matisko 
Paul F. Maurer 
Joseph Mayton 
Edward Mazaika 
Andrew Brazzo 
Leslie Kimmel 
Ross Gelso 
Leon Richter 
J. Mikatavage 
Daniel Miller 
Leo Strenkoski 
E. W. Lamb 
Mike Costanzo 
Claude Moore 
John Morack 
Frank J. Motto 
Thomas Supey 
Roy Habel 
William Vesay 
William Heitzman 
Eugene Pinter 
Anthony Novrocki 
Nunzy Savoy 
James Neumeister 
Carl Ney 
Raymond Keefer 
Frank Lucas 
Joseph T. Hughes 
C. Wayne Troxell 
John J. Gillen 
David Deaven, Sr. 
Raymond Stein 



R. D. 2, Box 309 
51*0 Wyoming Ave. 

West Ridge Street 

R. D. 

R. D. 2 

836 N. Church St. 

Goodspring 3 

800 Exeter Ave. 

R. D. 1 

R. D. 1, Box 81*- A 
P. 0. Box 179 
825 Lott Street 
933 Chestnut St. 
1335 Webster St. 
P. 0. Box 5 
63l* W. Spruce St. 

R. D. 1 

221* N. 20th Street 

122 W. Girard St. 

337 Melrose Street 

R. D. 1 

503 W. Avenue 

P. 0. Box 306 

1520 W. Walnut St. 

1*35 W. Columbus St. 

318 E. Liberty St. 

l80l* E. Wiconisco 

1*36 W. Columbus St 

725 W. Coal Street 

R. D. 2 

611 W. Pine Street 

R. D. 1 

180 Parsonage St. 

Mt. Cobb Rd.,R.D.3 

820 Lott Street 

R. D. 2, Cole Run 

R. D. 2 

New Coxeville Rd. 

19U8 Wyoming Ave. 

1*0 Oakland Street 

Drawer N 

P. 0. Box 1*86 

78 Cottage Street 

R. D. 2, Box 281 

1*07 N. Vine Street 

P. 0. Box 13 

SS W. 6th Street 

61*6% E. Broad St. 

P. 0. Box 31*0 

62 N. Tamaqua St. 

R. D. 1 

25 Barber Street 

R. D. 1, Box 66 

300 S. Maple St. 

R. D. 2, Box 288 



P. 0. Box 12 

78 Cottage. Street 

R. D. 3 

P. 0. Box 172 



Shamokin 

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Williams town 

Lansford 

Ashland 

Tamaqua 

Hazleton 

Tremont 

W. Pittston 

Pine Grove 
Pottsville 
Mahanoy City 
Shamokin 
Kulpmont 
Shamokin 
Ranshaw 
Shamokin 
Williams town 
Paxinos 
Pottsville 
Atlas 
Keiser 
Pine Grove 
Mt. Carmel 
Ashland 
Shamokin 
Joliett 
Shenandoah 
Lavelle 
Sch. Haven 
Shamokin 
Reinerton 
. Shenandoah 
Shenandoah 
Tamaqua 
Shamokin 
Pottsville 
Pittston 
Lake Ariel 
Shamokin 
Shamokin 
Tamaqua 
Beaver Meadow 
Tower City 
Exeter 
Tremont 
Ashland 
Valley View 
Minersville 
Scranton 
Carbondale 
Shamokin 
Mt. Carmel 
Excelsior 
Wyoming 
Tamaqua 
Minersville 
Shamokin 
McAdoo 
Paxinos 
Exeter 
Ashland 
Mt. Carmel 
Shamokin 
Hegins 
Middleport 
Shamokin 
Carbondale 
Pine Grove 
Llewellyn 



17672 
18702 
17098 
18232 
17921 
18252 
18201 
17981 
1861*3 

17963 
17901 
1791*8 
17872 
17831* 
17872 
17866 
17872 
17098 
17860 
17901 
17811 
17832 
17963 
17851 
17921 
17872 
17981 
17976 
1791*3 
17972 
17872 
17980 
17976 
17976 
18252 
17872 
17901 
1861*0 
181*36 
17872 
17872 
18252 
18216 
17980 
1861*3 
17981 
17921 
17983 
17951* 
18703 
181*07 
17872 
17851 
17825 
18702 
18252 
17951* 
17872 
18237 
17860 
1861*3 
17921 
17851 
17872 
17938 
17953 
17872 
181*07 
17963 
1791*1* 



152 



Dis- 
trict 


Operator 


General Manager 


A : -.:•'-- 


ss 


Zip 
Code 


19 


Olenick Brothers Coal Co. BP 


Nicholas Olenick 


R. D. 1, Box 117-A 


Potts ville 


17901 


13 


Oliver, Carl bk 


Carl Oliver 


P. 0. Box 1*1*7 


Honesdale 


181*31 


26 


Olman & Co. DM 


J. Olman 


1*6 N. Tamaqua St. 


McAdoo 


18237 


10 


Opalka Brothers DM 


Adam Opalka 


307 Whitmore Ave. 


Mayfield 


181*33 


13 


0' Toole, John F. B 


John F. 0' Toole 


208 S. Hyde Ave. 


Scran ton 


18501* 


19 


P. & H. Coal Co. DM 


Walter Pewor 


R. D. 2, Box 550 


Potts ville 


17901 


28 


P. & R. Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Rutkowski 


827 Scott Street 


Kulpmont 


17831 


21* 


P. & S. Coal Co. DM 


George Shumock 


621* State Street 


Shamokin 


17872 


18 


Pacine Coal Co. bk 


Michael Pacine 


Water Street 


Cumbola 


17930 


21 


Panther Head Coal Co. DM 


Charles Butensky 




Branch Dale 


17923 


10 


Panzitta Construction Co. DM 


Joseph Panzitta 


6it Bennett Street 


Wilkes-Barrel8701 


1 


Pasternak Brothers S 


John Pasternak 


1*19 Center Street 


Taylor 


1861*2 


30 


Penag Coal Co. B DM 


Edward V. Twiggar 


Sunbury & Rook Sts 


•Shamokin 


17872 


10 


Penbrook Coal Co. B bk 


Richard Fabri 




Archbald 


181*03 


10 


Pennsylvania Coal Co. M 


J. A. Martin 


Jefferson Avenue 


Scran ton 


18503 


13 


Pennsylvania Dept. of Highways bk 


F. Wallace 


P. 0. Box 121*7 


Scran ton 


18501* 


13 


Perry Coal Sales Co., Thomas bk 


Thomas Perry 


530 Green Ridge St 


.Scran ton 


18501* 


17 


Phillips Coal Co. DM 


Lewis Phillips 


R. D. 1, Box 133 


Shamokin 


17872 


l*-19-21-26Phoenix Contracting Co. bk BP S 


William L. Jones 


P. 0. Box 1*33 


Pottsville 


17901 


12 


Pine Creek Coal Co. BP 


Ronald KLinger 


Main Street 


Spring Glen 1797 


29 


Pine Line Coal Co. DM 


H. J. Wallick 


302 S. Market St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


26 


Pleasant Hill Coal Co. DM 


P. Smulligan 


Vulcan 


Barnesville 18211* 


26 


Polcovich Coal Co. DM 


J. Polcovich 


103 E. Centre St. 


Centralia 


17927 


15 


Pollock, Inc., Ken bk 


George Sorber 


Route 11 


Hunlock Ck. 


18621 


10 


Pompey Coal Co. B bk 


Charles Pompey 


P. 0. Box 91 


Jessup 


181*3U 


20 


Poponiak Brothers Coal Co. DM 


John Poponiak 


11*6 Warsaw Street 


Keiser 


17832 


13 


Popple Coal Sales Co., Raymond bk 


Raymond Popple 


300 Newrose Bldg. 


Pitts ton 


1861*0 


18 


Premium Fine Coal Co., Inc. bk 


John Federak 


202 Hunter Street 


Tamaqua 


18252 


3-28 


R. B. F. Coal Co. bk S 


Robert Fanella 


P. 0. Box 1*51* 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


16 


R. & K. Coal Co. DM 


George Rigdoah 




Wiconisco 


17907 


16 


R. & J. Coal Co. DM 


Gene Minnich 




Pine Grove 


17963 


20 


R. & L. Coal Co. DM 


Francis Revenis 


528 Locust Ave. 


Centralia 


17927 


18 


R. & R. Coal Co. BP 


Ronnie Roinick 


521 Oak Street 


Jim Thorpe 


18229 


13-1$ 


Racho, George bk 


George Racho 


371 Church Street 


Hazleton 


18201 


23 


Ramph Coal Co. DM 


Melvin Ramph 


1101 Chestnut St. 


Kulpmont 


17831* 


18 


Randolph Coal Co. bk 


P. J. Connors 


P. 0. Box 173 


Pottsville 


17901 


23 -21*- 29 


Ranshaw Transportation & 












Auto Wreckers Co. W bk 


Leonard Chapleski 


P. 0. Box 5 


Ranshaw 


17866 


3-U-17- 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


M. F. Farrell 


200 Mahan tango St. 


Pottsville 


17901 


18-19-23- 


-26 BP bk B W S 










21-26 


Reichwein & Beury Coal Co. B DM 


Harold Reichwein 


R. D. 1, Box 261 


Ashland 


17921 


17 


Rei dinger Coal Mining Co. DM 


Joseph Reidinger 


P. 0. Box 1* 


Paxinos 


17860 


21* 


Reidinger Coal Service, Inc. BP 


C. Wayne Troxell 


P. 0. Box 12 


Shamokin 


17872 


13 


Reilly Contracting Co. bk 


T. J. Reilly 


P. 0. Box 219 


Hazleton 


18201 


12 


Reiner Coal Co. DM 


William Reiner 




Tower City 


17980 


21 


Rekla Coal Co., Inc. DM 


Henry J. Recla 


119 E. Norweigan 


Pottsville 


17901 


16-21 


Renninger & Partners Coal Co. DM 


Theodore Renninger 


Zerbe 


Tremont 


17981* 


19 


Rickert Coal Co. DM 


Thomas Rickert, Sr. 


111 S. l*th Street 


Tower City 


17980 


10 


Rider Coal Co. DM 


Louis Coccodrelli 


51*1 Main Street 


Peckville 


181*52 


17 


Rocky Mountain Coal Co. DM 


Melvin T. Kers tetter R. D. 2, Box 22 


Shamokin 


17872 


3-21* 


Rosini Coal Co. BP S 


E. J. Rosini 


P. 0. Box 181* 


Shamokin 


17872 


30 


S. B. K. Coal Co. DM 


Mark Shade 




Hegins 


17938 


28 


S. & C. Coal Co. DM 


W. J. Stellar 


1302 Scott Street 


Kulpmont 


17831* 


3 


S. & D. Coal Co. S 


Ernest DiRenzo 


330 Melrose Street 


, Keiser 


17832 


21 


S. & F. Coal Co. DM 


John Federovich 


Main Street 


Seltzer 


1797U 


12 


S. & K. Coal Co. DM 


Palmer Klinger 




Valley View 


• 17983 


21 


S. & M. Coal Co. DM 


John Simodjeka 


325 Penn Street 


Minersville 1795U 


3 


S. & S. Contracting Co. S 


Edward SosnoskL 


219 E. Melrose St. 


Keiser 


17832 


16 


S. & S. Coal Co. EM 


Lloyd Stutzman 




Valley View 


' 17983 


12 


S. & S. Coal Co. DM 


Michael Schieb 


Star Route Box 10 


Tremont 


17981 


21 


S. S. M. Coal Co. EM 


James Schoff stall 


101 W. Main Street 


. Tremont 


17981 


16 


S. & W. Coal Co. DM 


C. L. Williamson 




Valley View 


' 17983 


3 


Sanchez Construction Co. S 


James Curran 


P. 0. Box 176 


Minersville 


1 17951 


23 


Sanders Coal Co. DM 


Walter Anascavage 


1015 W. Pine St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


3-20 


Savitski Bros. Coal Sales BP DM S 


Edward Savitski 


Forest & Mulberry 


Atlas 


17811 


19 


Scheib Coal Co. EM 


Michael Scheib 


Star Route 319 


Tremont 


17981 


18 


Schickram, William bk 


William Schickram 


130 Clay Street 


Tamaqua 


18252 


30 


Schneck Coal Co., Thomas W. BP 


Thomas W. Schneck 


R. D. 1 


Pine Grove 


17963 


u 


Schuylkill Contracting Co. S 


Frank J. Ryan 


R. D. 2, Box 36tf§ 


Pottsville 


17901 


21 


Schwartzlander Coal Co., Inc. DM 


J. R. Schwartzlander 21 North Street 


Tremont 


17981 



Dis- 
trict 



Operatoi 



General Manager 



Zip 
Code 



HP 



BP 

DM 



BP 



BP 



19-20 Scott Coal Co. DM 

1-13 Scranton Excavating Co. S bk 

19 Seanawaitis Bros. Coal Co. DM 

13 Sebastopol Coal Co. bk 

16 Shade Coal Co. DM 

21 Sharp Mountain Coal Co. DM 

16 Sherry Coal Co., Don DM 

12 Shomper Coal Co. BP DM 

13 Silverbrook Anthracite, Inc. 1 

18 Silver Creek Coal Co., Inc. 

19 Siminitus Coal Co. DM 

18 Skripnek Coal Co. DM 
26 Skytop Coal Co., Inc. B bk DM 

1 Slenska, Michael S 

28 Slo-Burn Coal Co. DM 

12 Smeltz Coal Co. DM 

19 Snyder Coal Co., Leroy DM 

19 Sorokach Coal Co. DM 
1: South Tamaqua Coal Pockets 
21 Spancake & Herring Coal Co. 
3-17-21*- Split Vein Coal Co., Inc. 
26-28 BP DM bk S 
18 Spring Creek Coal Co. BP 
16 Stahl Coal Co. DM 
16 Stahl & Shade Coal Co. DM 
26 Starwood Coal Corporation B 

20 State Coal Co., Inc. BP bk 
12 Stonehill Coal Co. BP 
12 Strohecker Coal Co. 
28 Sunshine Coal Co. B] 
16 Superior Coal Co. Bl 

11 Susquehanna Coal Co. 

20 Swamp Coal Co. DM 
U-19-21 Swatara Coal Co. BP 

16 Sweet Water Coal Co. 
21* Swift Coal Sales BP 

17 T. & M. Coal Co. DM 

15 Tedesco Brothers Coal Co. B bk 

21 Tokarchek Coal Co. DM 

18 Tracy Coal Co. DM 
26 Trenton Coal Co. DM 

1* Tropp Stripping Co.,L. & J. S 

28 Twin Oaks Coal Co. DM 

12 Underkoffler Coal Co. BP DM 

13 United Gas Improvement Co., The bk 
15 Valley Coal Co. BP 

12 Valley Construction Co. DM 

21 Viola Coal Co. DM 

28 w. & S. Coal Co. DM 

10 Waddell Coal Mining Co., Inc. 

21 Walaitis Coal Co. DM 

28 Wehry Coal Co., Paul DM 

15 Wesner Coal Co. BP 

28 West Cameron Coal Co. DM 

19 Westwood Coal Co. DM 
18 Whippoorwill Coal Co. DM 
26 White Birch Coal Co., Inc. 
12 White's Vein Coal Co. DM 

17 Whitney Coal Co., Inc. DM 

15 Wiconisco Washery, Inc. bk 

16 Williamson Coal Co., Inc. DM 

18 Williams Coal Co., Evan DM 

29 Windsor Coal Co. DM 
12 Wolfe Coal Co. DM 
16 Wolfgang Coal Co., Marlin DM 
21 Woratyla Coal Co. DM 

19 Woodside Mining Co. DM 
23 Yanik Brothers DM 
18 Zakrewsky Coal Co. DM 



3 bk 
DM 



W bk 



m 



Donald Metzinger 
Rocco Domiana 
A. Seanawaitis 
A. Giarratano 
Alvin Shade 
Henry Reber 
Roy Harner 
Russell Shomper, Jr. 
Nicholas Kassa 
Andrew Bonchack 
Edward Siminitus 
Daniel Skripnek 
F. DiCassimirro 
Michael Slenska 
Robert Greco 
Joseph Shade 
Leroy Snyder 
Edward Sorokach 
Donald Warne 
Milton Spancake 
Elwood Swank 

Lawrence Bechtel 
John Stahl 
John Stahl 
Alfred Peca 
Charles R. Williams 
Eugene Has singer 
Joel Strohecker 
Ralph Steinhart 
Roy Blyler 
Lawrence G. Lebo 
Edward Olbrish 
W. P. Parker 
Leonard Harner 
Adam Swift 
Thomas Morris 
Frank M. Tedesco 
Michael Tokarchek 
Michael Dudash 
S. Lazaravage 
Lawrence Tropp 
Leonard Machesic 
Glen Underkoffler 
R. H. Demmy 
Stanley Lech 
George Fronk 
Victor Viola 
W. J. Stellar 
Peter Brojak 
John Walaitis 
Paul Wehry 
W. J. Wesner 
Robert Erb 
Charles Martin 
Joseph Tarconish 
Neil De Lance 
Clayton Shade 
Charles Greco 
T. J. Reilly 
A. R. Williamson 
Evan Williams 
W. Shappell 
William Wolfe 
Marlin Wolfgang 
Andrew Woratyla 
John Olenick 
J. P. Yanik 
Peter Zakrewsky 



Chefery Street 
3 E. McClure St. 
530 Lytle Street 
P. 0. Box 72 

R. D. 1 



322 Simpson St. 
P. 0. Box 21*6 
R. D. 1, Box 99^ 
222 Clay Street 
P. 0. Box 355 
225 Gorham Avenue 
1*9 S. Oak Street 
R. D. 1 
R. D. 1 
P. 0. Box 11* 
R. D. 3 
R. D. 2 



R. D. 3 



11* S. Main Street 
109 E. 1st Street 

R. D. 1 

P. 0. Box 502 



753 Scott Street 

P. 0. Box G 

R. D. 2 

1100 Center St. 

905 W. Pine St. 

P. 0. Box 1* 

211* Laurel Street 

R. D. 3 

R. D. 2, Box 200 
R. D. 1, Box 21*7 
Elizabeth Street 
21*7 Wyoming Avenue 
R. D. 2 

R. D. 2, Box 779 
1302 Scott Street 

1*0 S. Wyland St. 

1615 W. Independ. 

R. D. 2 

R. D. 

R. D. 1, Box 89 

Washington Street 

118 W. Oak Street 

10 51* Scott Street 
P. 0. Box 219 



938 Center Street 
307 North Street 
169 Wiconisco St. 
P. 0. Box 2 
R. D. 1, Box 117-A 



Lavelle 
Old Forge 
Minersville 
Pittston 
Valley View 
Tremont 
Spring Glen 
Williams town 
Dupont 
New Phi la. 
Pottsville 
Tamaqua 
Mahanoy City 
May field 
Mt. Carmel 
Hegins 
Lykens 
Minersville 
Tamaqua 
Pine Grove 
Paxinos 



- ~ 
18518 
17951* 
1861*0 
17983 
17981 
17978 
17098 
18503 
17959 
17901 
18252 
1791*8 
181*33 
17851 
17938 
1701*8 
17951* 
18252 
17963 
17860 



Tamaqua 18252 

Valley View 17983 

Valley View 17983 

Mahanoy City 1791*8 

Hazleton 18201 

Loyalton 170l*6 
ELizabethvillel7023 

Trevorton 17881 

Valley View 17983 

Glen Lyon 18617 

Kulpmont 17851 

Minersville 17951* 

Hegins 17938 

Shamokin 17872 

ShamokLn 17872 

Pardeesville 1821*3 

Minersville 17951* 

Pottsville 17901 

Mahanoy City 1791*8 

Pottsville 17901 

Paxinos 17860 

Williams town 17098 

Kingston 18701* 

Tamaqua 18252 

Valley View 17983 

Pottsville 17901 

Kulpmont 17831* 

Archbald 181*03 

Frackville 17931 

Shamokin 17872 

Tamaqua 18252 

Shamokin 17872 

Pottsville 17901 

Middleport 17953 

Shenandoah 17976 

Sacramento 17968 

Kulpmont 17831* 

Hazleton 18201 

Valley View 17983 

New Phila. 17959 

Shamokin 17872 

Williams town 17098 

Tower City 17980 

Llewellyn 1791*1* 

Pottsville 17901 

Excelsior 17825 

Tamaqua 18252 



154 

Dis- zip 

trict Operator General Manager Address Code 

23 Zanella Brothers Coal Co. DM Stephen Zanella 3U Spruce Street Ashland 17921 

21 Zimmerman Coal Co., Marlin DM Ifarlin a — arwaa Ravine 17966 



NOTE: DM - Denotes Deep Mines 

S - Denotes Strip Mine Operations 
B - Denotes Breakers 
BP - Denotes Breaker Preparation Only 
M - Denotes Maintenance 
W - Denotes Washery 
bk - Denotes Bank Operations 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



ANTHRACITE DIVISION 
Washeries and Preparation Plants 



1 55 



1967 



Dis- 








Zip 


trict 


Preparation Plant 


Company 


Location 


:■ 


10 


Ace Breaker 


Ace Coal Co. 


Blake ly 


18512 


10 


Ace Cleaning Plant 


Ace Anthracite, Inc. 


Blakely 


18512 


2k 


Ace Coal Sales 


Ace Coal Sales 


Weigh Scale 


17872 


20 


Atlas Washery 


Bridy, Incorporated 


Atlas 


17811 


26 


B-D Fine Coal Plant 


B-D Mining Co. 


Mahanoy Township 


17958 


18 


B. & N. Breaker 


B. & N. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill Haven 


17972 


21 


Bar-Mac Breaker 


Bar-Mac Coal Co. 


Weigh Scale 


17872 


15 


Beaver Brook Breaker 


Beaverbrook Coal Co., Inc. 


Hazle Township 


18701* 


15 


Beaver Brook Fine Coal Plant 


George Huss 


Hazle Township 


18701; 


19 


Beechwood Cleaner Plant 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Duncott 


17901 


13 


Bel Air Breaker 


Duryea Coal Sales Co. 


Duryea 


1861*2 


15 


Big Buck Breaker 


Big Buck Coal Co. 


Foster Township 


186U2 


19 


Black Heath Breaker 


Phoenix Contracting Co. 


Cressona 


17929 


26 


Blaschak Breaker 


Blaschak Coal Co., Inc. 


St. Nicholas 


1791*8 


1 


Bliss Crushing Plant 


Bliss Coal Co. 


Mildred 


18632 


10 


Bolands Breaker 


DeAngelis, Inc. 


Carbondale 


181*07 


1 


Booth Cleaning Plant 


E. & B. Coal Sales 


Mildred 


18632 


18 


Brockton Breaker 


R. & R. Coal Co. 


Brockton 


17925 


29 


Cains Breaker 


Cains Coal Co. 


Shamokin 


17872 


15 


Candleton Breaker 


Coleby Coal Co., Inc. 


Gilberton 


17931* 


21* 


Carbon Run Breaker 


Rosini Coal Co. 


South Shamokin 


17872 


12 


Coal Sales Ramp 


George Fronk 


Lykens 


1701*8 


26 


Connerton Cleaning Plant 


Marion Mining Co., Inc. 


Girardville 


17935 


21* 


D. & Z. Breaker 


D. & Z. Coal Co. 


Weigh Scale 


17872 


20 


Diamond Breaker 


Diamond Coal Co. 


Atlas 


17811 


21* 


Diminick Breaker 


Diminick Coal Sales 


Paxinos 


17860 


19 


DiRenzo Breaker 


DiRenzo Coal Co. 


Minersville 


17951* 


30 


Donaldson Breaker a 


Industrial Coal Sales Co. 


Donaldson 


17981 


21 


Echo Breaker 


Echo Coal Co. 


Tremont 


17981 


15 


Eckley Breaker 


Buckley Coal Corporation 


Ringtown 


17967 


12 


Elizabethville Washery 


Elizabethville Coal Co. 


Elizabethville 


17023 


19 


Forestville Washery 


Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 


Forestville 


16035 


13 


Franklin Cleaning Plant 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Wilkes-Barre Township 


18701 


30 


Franklin Hydrotated Breaker 


Franklin Coal Co. 


Ravine 


17966 


26 


Gilberton Breaker 


Gilberton Coal Co. 


Gilberton 


17931* 


21* 


Glen Burn Breaker 


Glen Burn Colliery, Inc. 


Shamokin 


17872 


11 


Glen Lyon Breaker 


Susquehanna Coal Co. 


Glen Lyon 


18617 


19 


Glenn Worth Coal Co. 


Glenn Worth Coal Co. 


Cressona 


17929 


2l* 


Glosek Breaker b 


Glosek Brothers Coal Sales 


Weigh Scale 


17872 


15 


Gowen Breaker 


Gowen Coal Co. 


Fern Glen 


182U 


18 


Greenwood Breaker 


Greenwood Mining Co. 


Rahn Township 


191*26 


15 


Greybosh Breaker 


Greybosh Coal Co., Inc. 


Hazleton 


18201 


17 


H. J. & H. Breaker 


H. J. & H. Coal Co. 


Trevor ton 


17881 


13 


Harry E. Breaker 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Swoyersville 


1870I* 


15 


Hazleton Shaft Breaker 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Hazleton 


18201 


15 


Hazleton Shaft Cleaning Plant Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Hazleton 


18201 


15 


Highland No. 5 Breaker 


Jeddo- Highland Coal Co. 


Foster Township 


1861*2 


21 


Hillside Breaker 


Hegins Mining Co. 


Zerbe 


17981* 


15 


Honeybrook Breaker c 


Honeybrook Mines, Inc. 


Audenried 


18213 


15 


Honeybrook Breaker 


Archer Coal Co. 


Audenried 


18213 


2k 


Hoover Breaker 


Hoover Mining Co. 


Paxinos 


17860 


13 


Huber Breaker 


Blue Coal Corporation 


Ashley 


18706 


18 


J. & E. Breaker 


J. & E. Coal Co. 


South Tamaqua 


18252 


15 


Jeddo No. 7 Breaker 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 


Hazle Township 


18701* 


16 


Joliett Breaker 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Joliett 


17981 


21; 


K. & D. Breaker 


K. & D. Coal Co. 


Weigh Scale 


17872 


18 


K. M. & F. Breaker 


K. M. k F. Coal Service 


Middleport 


17953 


19 


K. & P. Breaker 


K. & P. Coal Co. 


Minersville 


17951* 


18 


Kaska Breaker 


Film Coal Co., Inc. 


Middleport 


17953 



156 



Dis- 




trict 


Preraraticn Plant 


13 


Kassa Breaker 


12 


Kerrigan Breaker 


26 


Kerrigan Fine Coal Plant 


16 


Kocher Breaker 


16 


legal Breaker 


15 


Lion Breaker 


19 


Live Oak Breaker 


23 


Locust Summit Breaker 


11 


Loomis Breaker 


13 


Loree Breaker 


:_ 


Lower Region Washery 


19 


Lowland Washery 


26 


Malho Breaker 


26 


Mar-.cth rrea^er 


26 


Maple Hill Cleaning Plant 


19 


Maple Spring Breaker 


1: 


Marlin Breaker 


10 


Matisko Cleaning Plant 


15 


l^azaika Breaker 


12 


:rwbrook Washery 


i : 


(filler svi He Breaker 


:= 


Morea Breaker 


26 


Mount Hazle Breaker 


18 


Mountain Side Breaker 


18 


Nesquehcning Cleaning Plant 


19 


New St. Nicholas Breaker 


19 


New St. Nicholas Fine Coal PI. 


18 


No. 6 Washery 


30 


Oakwood Breaker 


19 


Old Mill Breaker 


19 


Olenick Breaker 


i: 


Olyphant Cleaning Plant 


13 


0' Toole Cleaning Plant 


30 


Penag Breaker 


10 


Penbrook Breaker 


12 


Pine Creek Breaker 


18 


Pine Forest Cleaner Plant 


10 


Ponpey Breaker 


18 


Premium Fine Coal Plant 


13 


Prospect Cleaning Plant 


18 


Randolph Washery 


29 


Ranshaw Washery 


10 


Raymond Breaker 


26 


Reichwein & 3eury Breaker 


2k 


Re i dinger Breaker 


26 


Rosa Breaker 


26 


St. Nicholas Fine Coal Plant 


18 


Salem Creek Breaker 


:: 


Savitski Breaker 


30 


Schneck Breaker 


12 


Shomper Breaker 


26 


Skytop Breaker 


1: 


Silver Creek Breaker 


18 


South Tamaqua Breaker 


2l| 


Split Vein Breaker 


18 


Spring Creek Breaker 


26 


Starwood Breaker 


20 


State Cleaning Plant 


12 


Stonehill Breaker 


12 


Strohecker Breaker 


13 


Sullivan Trail Breaker 


28 


Sunshine Breaker 


16 


Superior Breaker 


21 


Swatara Breaker 


2i| 


Swift Breaker 


13 


Taylor Breaker 


15 


Tedesco Breaker 


17 


Trevorton Breaker 



Silverbrook Anthracite, Inc. 
Kerrigan Coal ::., Inc., Paul 

Kerrigar. Seal Co., Inc., Paul 

Kocher Coal Co., Leon E. 

Legal Coal Co. 

Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 

Live Oak Coal Co. 

Reading Anthracite Co. 

Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 

Blue Coal Corporation 

Lower Region Colliery 

Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 

Malho Coal Co. 

Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 

Reading Anthracite Co. 

7. 1. 3. Teal Co. 

Cass Contracting Co. 

Matisko Coal Co. 

Mazaika Brothers Coal Co. 

Meadowbrook Coal Co. 

Minersville Coal Co., Ir.:. 

lehig'r. Tallev Anthracite, Inc. 

Ic:u5t Talley leal T:.. Inc. 

Mountain Side Coal Co. 

Correale Construction Co. 

Reading ;j\:r.ra:i:e ":. 

Reading Anthracite Co. 

Marie :> Ireiging Ic, Inc. 

Oakwood Coal Co., Inc. 

Old Mill Coal Yard 

Olenick Brothers Coal Co. 

Glenmore Colliery Co. 

0' Toole, John F. 

Penag Coal Co. 

Penbrook Coal Co. 

Pine Creek Coal Co. 

Reading >\:hra:i:e ~c. 

Pompey Coal Co. 

Premium Fine Coal Co., Inc. 

Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 

Randolph Coal Co. 

Ranshaw Transportation '1 Auto 

Wreckers Co. 
Northwest Mining Co., Inc. 
Reichwein k Beury Coal Co. 
Reidinger Coal Service, Inc. 
Capparell Coal Co., Inc. 
Reading Anthracite Co. 
Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 
Savitski Brothers Coal Sales 
Schneck Coal Co., Thomas W. 
Shomper Coal Co. 
Skytop Coal Co., Inc. 
Silver Creek Coal Co., Inc. 
South Tamaqua Coal Pockets 
Split Vein Coal Co. 
Spring Creek Coal Co. 
Starwood Coal Corporation 
State Coal Co., Inc. 
Stonehill Coal Co. 
Strohecker Coal Co. 
Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 
Sunshine Coal Co. 
Superior Coal Co. 
Swatara Coal Co., Inc. 
Swift Coal Sales 
Moffat Premium Anthracite, Inc. 
Tedesco Brothers Coal Co. 
Reading Anthracite Co. 





Zip 


1c cation 


Code 


Laflin 


. .... 


Williams town R. D. 


17098 


Ashland ?.. D. 1 


17921 


Valley View 


17983 


Valley View 


179fl3 


Hazleton 


18201 


Priarose 


17951* 


Locust Gap 


178UO 


Br Township 


18702 


Larksville 


1870U 


Trevorton Road 


17881 


Landingville 


179U2 


Lavelle 


179U3 


Raver. Ron 


1791*6 


Maple Hill 


17976 


Branch Dale 


17923 


Marlin 


1 51 


Porest City 


1:_Z1 


Rush Township 


18252 


Lykens 


1"I_: 


Minersville 


1795U 


Morea 


17955 


Mahanoy Township 


17951 


South Tamaqua 


18252 


lies que honing R.D. 1 


1:2,: 


Tun: ctt 


i-=:i 


CUT. CC 1 1 


i-=:i 


Lansford 


18232 


Pine Grove R. D. 3 


17963 


Llewellyn 


I"„ 


Forestville 


16035 


Dickson City 


1:51- 


Moosic 


1:5:5 


Good Spring 


" = :1 


Archbald 


i:-:3 


Spring Glen 


17978 


St. Clair 


17970 


Jessup 


15.3- 


South I a.- aqua 


18252 


Plains Township 


15": = 


Port Carbon 


17965 


Ranshaw 


17866 


Eynon 


18U18 


Gordon 


17921 


Paxinos 


1'::: 


Shenandoah 


17976 


St. Nicholas 


!"=-: 


Pottsville 


17901 


Atlas 


17811 


Pine Grove R. D. 1 


i"~5 


Williams town R. D. 


17098 


Mahanoy Township 


1 :: 


New Philadelphia 


17959 


South Tamaqua 


15:5: 


Weigh Scale 


17872 


South Tamaqua 


18252 


New Boston 


17958 


Strong 


17879 


Loyal ton 


170U6 


Elizabethville R. D. 


. 17023 


West Pittston 


1B61i3 


Trevorton 


17881 


Valley View 


17983 


Zerbe 


1798U 


Paxinos 


l" 1 :: 


Taylor 


151 


Pardeesville 


1:1-5 


Trevorton 


17881 



157 



Dis- 
trict 



Preparation Plant 



Company 



Zip 
Code 



Iykens IToHF 

Rush Township (Tamaqua) 18252 
Winton (Jessup) lQh3h 
Rush Township (Tamaqua) 18252 



Underkoffler Breaker 
Valley Breaker 
Waddell Washery 
Wesner Breaker 



Underkoffler Coal Service 
Valley Coal Co. 
Waddell Coal Mining Co c , Inc. 
Wesner Coal Co. 



NOTE: (a) Formerly operated by Anthracite Fine Coals, Inc. 

(b) Destroyed by fire. 

(c) Breaker operated on first shift by Honeybrook 
Mines, Inc. and Archer Coal Co. on second shift.